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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER
DIGITAL PLAIN PAPER COPIER
OPERATOR'S MANUAL/
FOR PRINTER FUNCTION

1-1, KANDA NISHIKI-CHO, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO, 101-8442, JAPAN

© Copyright TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION 1999 4402990670


ALL RIGHTS RESERVED IN-D-293, 99-12 TG
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

WARNING:
Changes or modification made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba Tec or parties
authorized by Toshiba Tec could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

“THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS ‘A’ LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS
FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS SET OUT IN THE RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS OF THE CANADIAN
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS”.
“LE PRESENT APPREIL NUMERIQUE N’EMET PAS DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES DEPASSANT LES
APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE LA CLASSE ‘A’ PRESCRITES DANS LE REGLEMENT
SUR LE BROUILLAGE RAIODELECTRIQUE EDICTE PAR LE MINISTERE DES COMMUNICATIONS DU
CANADA.”

For European models only:


WARNING:
This product complies with Class A for network connection. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

1. Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment.
2. Before opening any covers or removing any units from the copier, discharge the static electricity
from your body by touching a metal part of the copier.
This product is carrying the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives. Responsible
for CE-marking is Toshiba Europe GmbH Hammfelddamm 8,41460 Neuss, Gemany. Phone +49-2131-
158-01.

No part of this manual may be copied in whole or part without permission.


The contents of this manual may change without notification.
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• This copier can also be used as a printer and a facsimile machine by installing an optional unit in it. For
installing the unit, contact the source of your purchase.
• Before using this machine as a copier or a facsimile machine, be sure to read the “OPERATOR’S MANUAL /
FOR COPYING FUNCTION” and “OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR FACSIMILE FUNCTION.”
Thank you for purchasing Toshiba Tec’s KR-7009, KR-7015 printer unit. This operator's manual
explains how to print, inspect the printer unit, and correctly use the functions of the printer unit,
and explains troubleshooting when something goes wrong. Read this manual before using your
printer unit. Keep this operator’s manual within easy reach, and use it to achieve quality printing
results every time and make the best of your printer’s functions.

* This operator's manual applies to the printing functions of the KR-7009, KR-7015.

FEATURES OF THE PRINTER


Below is a list of the features of this printer.

● High speed printing


Rapid printing and processing of print data.
A 64-bit RISC microprocessor “PowerPC603e-100MHz” is installed as the CPU, enabling
high-speed processing and printing of complex print data.
For multi-copy printing, the printer transfers only the first copy data and the print job sent to
the printer is stored on the hard disk for repeating the same data printing. Therefore printing
is performed in a high speed.

● Printing up to LEDGER or A3 size


Printable page size range from A5 to A3 or STATEMENT to LEDGER sized pages. LEDGER
or A3 sized drawings and diagrams can be printed at full size.

● High quality printing


The print resolution of 600 dpi meets the requirements of high quality images created by word
processing, DTP, CAD applications. Even in the high-speed print mode with 300 dpi, outlines
of characters, graphics, etc. are smooth-processed for printing.

● Supporting PCL-5e, PCL-XL and PDL as Standard Features


PCL-5e, PCL-XL and PDL are installed as standard features. Therefore, a printer driver
suitable to the print contents can be used for printing.

● Variety of Internal Fonts


45 Western fonts (PCL-5e) are provided inside the printer.

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● Sort Mode, Stapling (optional)
In this mode, printed documents can be sorted and stapled.

● Double-sided printing (optional)


Print data can be printed on both sides to save paper.

● Supporting Networks (optional)


The printer can be used as a network printer in environments of NetWare, TCP/IP, IPX/SPX
and AppleTalk. It also supports 100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T/2 of Ethernet, as well as Token
Ring.
In Windows 95/98/NT network environments, data can be output to the printer even in a peer-
to-peer network using an exclusive utility without going through a server.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
■ BEFORE USING YOUR PRINTER .................................................... 7
FUNCTIONS AND NAME OF EACH COMPONENT ............................................... 9
Machine Body .......................................................................................................... 9
Control Panel ......................................................................................................... 10

SETUP
PRINTER
ITEMS INCLUDED WITH THE PRINTER ............................................................. 12
EXAMPLES OF CONNECTING THE PRINTER ................................................... 13
SETUP FLOW ........................................................................................................ 14

■ PRINTER SETUP ............................................................................. 15

ADDRESS
ASSIGNING IP
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................. 16
CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A COMPUTER ............................................... 17
CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A NETWORK ................................................. 18

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
■ ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS .............................................................. 21
ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS .................................................................................... 22

■ INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY .................................. 25


PEER-TO-PEER UTILITIES .................................................................................. 26

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY FOR TCP/IP .................................. 27
INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY FOR IPX/SPX ................................ 32
UNINSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY .................................................. 34

(Macintosh)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
■ INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER(Windows) ........................... 37
TYPE OF PRINTER DRIVER ................................................................................ 38
INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 3.1 ....................................... 40
INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 95 ........................................ 45

PRINTING
INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 98 ........................................ 62
INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows NT4.0 .................................. 80
INSTALLING THE FONT NAVIGATOR ................................................................. 90

■ INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER(Macintosh) ......................... 95


PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Macintosh ........................................... 96


COPYING THE PPD FILE ..................................................................................... 97
SELECT DRIVER .................................................................................................. 98
OPTIONS SETUP .................................................................................................. 99
SHOOTING
TROUBLE-

■ PRINTING ...................................................................................... 101


PRINTING IN Windows 3.1 .................................................................................. 103
PRINTING IN Windows 95 ................................................................................... 107
PRINTING IN Windows 98 ................................................................................... 111
OTHER
OPTIONS, AND
SPECIFICATIONS,

PRINTING IN Windows NT4.0 ............................................................................. 115


PRINTING IN Macintosh ...................................................................................... 119

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■ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ........................................................... 121
PRINTER DRIVER SETTING (Windows) ............................................................ 122
Displaying the Printer Properties ...................................................................... 122
Setting the initial Values for Printing ................................................................. 123
Printing Through Each Application .................................................................... 124
Screen Details .................................................................................................. 125
[Option] Tab ...................................................................................................... 127
[Paper] Tab ....................................................................................................... 130
[Margin] Tab ...................................................................................................... 136
[Output] Tab ...................................................................................................... 138
[Watermark] Tab ............................................................................................... 145
[Print Quality] Tab ............................................................................................. 149
[PDL] Tab (for the PDL Driver only) .................................................................. 157
[Other] Tab ........................................................................................................ 159
PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS (Macintosh) ........................................................ 160
SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL .................................................. 163
Displaying the Printer Function Menu ............................................................... 163
Screen Details ................................................................................................... 163
[JOB LIST] Screen ............................................................................................ 164
[ON/OFF] Screen .............................................................................................. 166
[SETTING] Screen ............................................................................................ 167
[UTILITY] Screen .............................................................................................. 170
PRINTING IN VARIOUS WAYS ......................................................................... 174
PRINTING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A DOCUMENT ........................................ 174
ENLARGING/REDUCING A DOCUMENT FOR PRINTING ............................. 177
SELECTING THE PAPER SOURCE FOR PRINTING ..................................... 185
SORTING OR STAPLING THE PRINTED PAGES .......................................... 188
PRINTING ON BOTH SIDES OF PAPER (Duplex Printing) ............................. 194
PRINTING WITH PAPER ORIENTATION DESIGNATED ............................... 198
PRINTING WITH THE PRINTING SEQUENCE CHANGED ............................ 200
PRINTING MULTIPLE PAGES ON ONE SHEET (Layout Printing) ................. 202
STARTING TopAccess ....................................................................................... 206
Description of Screen ........................................................................................ 207
Selecting the Language .................................................................................... 208
Copier Configurations Menu ............................................................................. 209
Printing JOB Menu ............................................................................................ 210
Printer Information Menu .................................................................................. 212
Function List of TopAccess ............................................................................... 214

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YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
■ TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................. 215
WHEN AN ERROR MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED... .............................................. 216
WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE PERFORMED... .............................................. 220

SETUP
PRINTER
■ SPECIFICATIONS, OPTIONS, AND OTHERS ............................ 221
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRINTER UNIT ...................................................... 222
LIST OF INTERNAL FONTS .............................................................................. 223
Macintosh FONT LIST ......................................................................................... 224

ADDRESS
ASSIGNING IP
PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................ 226
OPTIONS ............................................................................................................. 227
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD ......................... 227
SPECIFICATIONS OF EXTENDED MEMORY ................................................ 227

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
(Macintosh)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
PRINTING
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR
SHOOTING
TROUBLE-
OTHER
OPTIONS, AND
SPECIFICATIONS,

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YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
BEFORE USING YOUR PRINTER

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FUNCTION AND NAME OF EACH COMPONENT

YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
This section explains the DP2570 or DP3580 components for using the printer functions. For
other functions of the machine, refer to the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR COPYING
FUNCTION.

Machine Body

1Parallel Interface
This is the connector used to insert the parallel cable for a parallel connection between this
machine and a computer.

2Network Connection Interface (only with a Network Interface Card installed)


This is the connector to connect this machine to a network environment. The connector type
varies depending on the type of the network interface card installed. For further details, see
the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR NETWORK FUNCTION.

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Control Panel
1Message Display Panel
This panel indicates the state of the machine, gives operational steps, and gives directions to
the user with text and pictures.

2[PRINTER/NETWORK]Button
This is used to verify printer jobs. The printer function screen is displayed in the Message
Display Panel. For Setting Through the Control Panel, see page 153.

TIMER

ENERGY SAVER INTERRUPT

HELP
COPY

FAX MEMORY RX
COMM.
ALARM
PRINTER/NETWORK
DATA
ERROR

5 2 3 4 1

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YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
3[DATA]Light
It turns flashing when a print request is received from the computer, and turns steadily
illuminated after transmitting print data is completed until the printing has been completed.

4[ERROR]Light
It turns steadily illuminated when an error occurs on printer fanctions.

5[COPY]Button
This button is used for copying function. When it is pressed, the Copying Function screen is
displayed. For further details of the copying function, see the OPERATOR’S MANUAL/FOR
COPYING FUNCTION.

PAUSE FUNCTION CLEAR


FC 25 100 400
ABC DEF

1 2 3 ZOOM

GHI JKL MNO


ORIGINAL COPY SIZE

4 5 6 LD
PRS TUV WXY LG
7 8 9 LT
OPER

0 ST

CLEAR/STOP START OTHER


AMS APS
C/

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ITEMS INCLUDED WITH THE PRINTER
This printer unit comes with the following items.
Please make sure you have all the following items.

● Operator’s Manual (2 books)


• OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR PRINTER FUNCTION (this book)
• OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR NETWORK FUNCTION

● CD-ROM (1 disk)
• Printer Driver for computers compatible with IBM PC/AT.
• Peer-to-Peer Utility.
• MAP

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EXAMPLES OF CONNECTING THE PRINTER

YOUR PRINTER
BEFORE USING
The configuration of this machine is shown below.

Example of connection in local mode (parallel connection)

Print job transmission

Computer

DP2570/3580

Example of connection in a client-server type network

DP2570/3580
NetWare Server
Windows NT Server

Print job Print job transfer


spool

Windows for Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT4.0


Workgroups 3.11 client client client

* This configuration requires an optional network interface card.

Example of connection in a peer-to-peer type network

DP2570/3580

Print job transmission

Macintosh Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT4.0


client client client client

* This configuration requires an optional network interface card.

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SETUP FLOW
Parallel Connection
Connect the Connect the printer cable. (See “PRINTER SETUP-CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A
cable COMPUTER”.)
Install the Install the appropriate Printer Driver for the Operating System used. (See “INSTALLING THE
Printer Driver PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)”.)
Setup the Configure Options. (See “SETTEINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTING
Option Tab (Windows) -[Option] Tab”.)

Setup for Peer-To-Peer Network


For Windows 95/98/NT4.0
TCP/IP IPX/SPX
Connect the network cable. Connect the network cable.
Connect the
(See “PRINTER SETUP-CONNECTING THE (See “PRINTER SETUP-CONNECTING THE
cable
PRINTER TO A NETWORK”.) PRINTER TO A NETWORK”.)
Assign the IP address, Subnet Mask, and
Control Panel
Gateway address at the Control Panel. (See –
setup
“ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS”.)
Install the Peer-To-Peer Utility for TCP/IP. (See Install the Peer-To-Peer Utility for IPX/SPX.
Install the
“INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY- (See “INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER
Peer-To-Peer
INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY UTILITY-INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER
Utility
FOR TCP/IP”.) UTILITY FOR IPX/SPX”.)
Install the appropriate Printer Driver for the Install the appropriate Printer Driver for the
Install the Operating System used. (See “INSTALLING Operating System used. (See “INSTALLING
Printer Driver THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)”.) THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)”.)
If installed with the exclusive installer, configure If installed with the exclusive installer, configure
Change Port the printer port. (See “INSTALLING THE the printer port. (See “INSTALLING THE
PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)”.) PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)”.)
● If installed with Add Printer wizard, setup ● If installed with Add Printer wizard, setup
Group Number and User Name on [Other] tab. Group Number and User Name on [Other] tab.
(See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER (See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER
Printer Driver
DRIVER SETTING (Windows)-[Other] Tab”.) DRIVER SETTING (Windows)-[Other] Tab”.)
Setup
● Configure Options. (See “SETTINGS FOR ● Configure Options. (See “SETTINGS FOR
PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTING PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTING
(Windows)-[Option] Tab”.) (Windows)-[Option] Tab”.)

For Macintosh
Connect the Connect the network cable.
cable (See “PRINTER SETUP-CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A NETWORK.”)
Control Panel Assign the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway address at the Control Panel.
Setup (See “ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS.”)
Setup AppleTalk using TopAccess.
TopAccess
(See NETWORKING FUNCTION manual, “TopAccess (for Administrator)-Network SETUP-AppleTalk
Setup
SETUP.” )
● Copy the PPD file.
Install the (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Macintosh)-COPYING THE PPD file.”)
Printer Driver ● Select the printer.
(See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Macintosh)-SELECT DRIVER.”)
Printer Driver ● Configure Options.
Setup (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Macintosh)-OPTIONS SETUP.”)

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PRINTER SETUP

SETUP
PRINTER

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
This machine can be connected to the following computers.

PC/AT machine, or its equivalent


This machine can be used in the local mode via a printer cable, in the client/server network via
Windows NT or NetWare, or in the peer-to-peer network via TCP/IP or IPX/SPX.
• Hardware
Display Resolution : 640 x 480 dots or more
• OS
Microsoft Windows 3.1 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Operating System 4.0, English Version
Microsoft Windows NT Server Network Operating System 4.0, English Version

Macintosh

This machine can be used in the network via AppleTalk (Ethernet).


OS : Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6
Display Resolution : 640 x 480 dots or more

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CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A COMPUTER
The following describes how to connect the printer to a computer using a printer cable (so-called
“parallel connection”).

PREPARATION:

SETUP
PRINTER
The IEEE 1284 compatible printer cable is an optional item. Please obtain one that is
compatible with your computer. For further details, see “SPECIFICATIONS, OPTIONS,
AND OTHERS-PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS”.

1 Turn OFF the power of the printer and


the power of the computer.
Printer Cable
2 Insert the printer cable all the way to
the deep end of the parallel interface
Connector

connector located on the rear side of Printer Cable


the printer body, and secure it with
the latches on both sides of the
connector.

3 Connect the other end of the printer


cable to the parallel port of your
computer.

SUPPLEMENT:
The parallel port connector may vary depending on the model of the computer. If the
printer cable compatible with your computer is unknown, please ask the store where you
purchased your computer.

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CONNECTING THE PRINTER TO A NETWORK
The following describes how to connect the printer to a network.
The way of connection varies depending on the type of the Network Interface Card (optional).

IMPORTANT:
Before connecting the cable, be sure that the machine power is OFF.

KR-7010 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)

1 Insert the 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX


cable in the connector.

KR-7011 (10BASE-T/2)
There are two plug-in ports for the cable. Select one of them according to your operating
environment.

When using with 10BASE-T

1 Insert the 10BASE-T cable in the


connector as shown in the figure at
right.

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When using with 10 BASE-2

1 Connect the 10BASE-2 cable (1/4-inch


coaxial cable) to the T-type connector

SETUP
PRINTER
(BNC connector).

2 Attach the T-type connector (BNC


connector) to the 10BASE-2
connector.

3 Attach a terminator as necessary.

KR-7012 (Token-ring)
There are two plug-in ports for the cable. Select one of them according to your operating
environment.

When using the RJ-45 connector

1 Insert the cable of the token-ring in


the connector as shown in the figure
at right.

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When using the D-sub 9-pin connector

1 Insert the cable for the token-ring in


the connector.

2 Tighten the screws to secure the


connector.
● The D-sub 9-pin connector of KR-7012 is
Available for only DP2570.

Indicators

The indicators blink or light according to the status of the network interface card.

Amber ............. This indicator blinks while data is being


communicated.
Green .............. With the network interface card normally
connected to the network, this indicator lights or
blinks to indicate the operating status of the
card.

NOTE: Where the KR-7012 (token-ring) is used with the D-sub 9-pin connector, the indicators
do not light or blink.

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ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS

ADDRESS
ASSIGNING IP

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ASSIGNING IP ADDRESS
Assign the IP address, the Subnet Mask, and the Gateway address of this machine on the
control panel.
This address must be assigned when using the TCP/IP protocol or TopAccess.

SUPPLEMENT:
Assign the Gateway address when the printer is used in a network through a router.
Enter the router’s address which is the Gateway address.

1 Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK]


button on the control panel.

2 The message display panel changes


to showing the printer screen.

3 Press the [ON/OFF] button.

4 Press the [Off Line] button.

5 The [SETTING] and [UTILITY] tabs


appear.

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6 Press the [SETTING] tab.

7 Press the [IP Address] button.


● Press the [Subnet Mask] button and the
[Gateway] button to assign the Subnet Mask and
the Gateway Address if necessary.

ADDRESS
ASSIGNING IP
8 Enter the IP Address to be assigned.
● Type with numeric keys (0~9).
● Move the cursor using the [,] or [/] button.
● To halt assigning the IP address, press the
[CANCEL] button.
● You cannot enter any number exceeding 255.
● The following address cannot be assigned.
IP Address 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0

9 Press the [SET] button.

10 The IP address has been assigned and


the display returns to showing the
Setting screen.

11 Assign the Subnet Mask and the


Gateway Address depending on the
requirements.

SUPPLEMENT:
After assigning the IP address, turn off the power of this machine and then on or reset the
printer by referring to the section on Resetting the Printer in “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-
SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-Activating Special
Functions”. The IP address assigned becomes valid after the machine is restarted.

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INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING

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PEER-TO-PEER UTILITIES
The peer-to-peer utility allows this machine to be used as a network printer in the peer-to-peer
network via TCP/IP or IPX/SPX. Installing the peer-to-peer utility allows print data from a
computer to be sent directly to this machine. Install the peer-to-peer utility to each computer from
which you would like to send print data to this machine.
There are two types of the peer-to-peer utility: for TCP/IP protocol and for IPX/SPX protocol.
Choose either one according to the network protocol you use.

Required Environment

For TCP/IP Protocol


● OS
Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0
● Network protocol
TCP/IP protocol

For IPX/SPX Protocol

● OS
Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0
● Network protocol
IPX/SPX protocol

SUPPLEMENTS:
● If using Macintosh, a setup procedure is different from one for Windows. Please see
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Macintosh)-Installing the Printer Driver to
Macintosh”.
● The network setup should be completed in your computer.
● If you are not sure which protocol to be used, please confirm to a system administrator.
● Complete the network setup first, as necessary. This machine must be set up by a
system administrator.

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INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY FOR TCP/IP
The following shows the procedure to install the peer-to-peer utility for TCP/IP:

Installing

PREPARATIONS:
● Connect both the printer and your computer to the network.
● Set an IP address to this printer. (See “ASSIGNING IP ADRESS”)
● Check if the “TCP/IP” protocol has been installed in the Windows OS of the computer.
If not, install it. For installing the protocol, see the Windows HELP in the computer.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
2 Click on the [Start] button in the
Taskbar of the Windows screen, then
select [Run...].

3 Enter “D:\UTILITY\P2P\TCP_IP\
SETUP.EXE” (When the CD-ROM
drive is D drive) then click on the [OK]
button.

4 The setup program starts.

5 Click on the [Next] button.

6 [Installation Notes] are displayed.

7 Click on [Yes].
● [Choose Destination Directory] screen appears.

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8 If necessary, change the folder for the
files to be installed, then click on the
[Next] button.

9 Click on the [Next] button.

10 The files are installed.

11 The completion
displayed.
message is

12 Click on the [OK] button.

SUPPLEMENT:
After the peer-to-peer utility for TCP/IP is installed, “IP-P2P” is added to the Start Menu.

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Configuring the Peer-to-Peer Utility for TCP/IP
When the peer-to-peer utility has been installed, a port is automatically added. The default
name of the port is “TOS_XXXXXX (XXXXXX indicates the default unit name of the Network
Interface Card.)”.

IMPORTANT:
Please perform the following before installing a printer driver for this printer.

1 Click on [Start],
[Programs].
then select

2 Select [IP-P2P], and click on [IP-P2P].

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
3 “IP-Peer To Peer Setup” starts.

4 In the field of “Max Hops Search,”


input a value of 0 to 15, to specify the
range for the printer to be searched.
● 0:
Searches only the network to which the
workstation is directly connected.
● 2 to 14:
Searches the network to which the workstation is
directly connected and the networks which are
accessible within 2 routers.
● 15:
Searches all the networks that are connected.

5 Usually, use the “IP Port Base” as it


is. It is the default port number of the
printer server.

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6 From the “Printer Names,” select the
port name required to be displayed.
● [based on Serial Numbers]
To be displayed with the serial number of the
network interface.
● [based on IP Address]
To be displayed with the IP address of this
printer, which is the default selection.
● [based on DNS Name]
To be displayed with the domain name assigned
to this printer when the Domain Server is
activated.
● [based on unit name]
To be displayed with the unit name (printer
name).

7 Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENT:
If you want to customize the port name, see “When the port is not automatically displayed
...” on the following page.
Now you may proceed to the next step of installing the printer driver.

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When the port is not automatically displayed...
When the port is not automatically displayed even after the peer-to-peer utility has been
installed, perform the following:

1 Click on the [Start] button, then select


[Programs].

2 Point [IP-P2P], then click on [IP-P2P].


“IP-Peer To Peer Setup” starts.

3 Click on [Printers].

4 Fill the field of each necessary item.

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
● [IP Address]
Input the IP address of this printer.
● [Name]
Input any printer name you desire. The port
name will be the name input here.
● [Port]
Usually, this does not need to be set. Input the
value obtained by adding 1 (one) to the “Peer To
Peer Port Number” in the TopAccess “TCP/IP
Setup.”
● [Description]
If necessary, input a comment on the printer.

5 Click on [Add].
● If an addition has been made by mistake, click
on the added printer then click on [Remove].

6 The printer is added to the [Available


Printers] list.

7 Click on [OK].

8 The [Printers] window closes.

9 Click on [OK].

10 The Peer-to-Peer Utility for TCP/IP


configuration is complete.

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INSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY FOR IPX/SPX
When the peer-to-peer utility has been installed, a port is automatically added. The default
name of the port is “TOS_XXXXXX (XXXXXX indicates the default unit name of the Network
Interface card.)”.

Installing

PREPARATIONS:
● The “Use NetWare in TopAccess must be checked on. Ask your administrator for more details.
● Connect both this printer and your computer to the network.
● Turn ON the power of the printer.
● Check if any “IPX/SPX compatible protocol” has been installed in Windows of your
computer. If not, install it.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.

2 Click on [Start], then select [Run...].

3 Enter “D:\UTILITY\P2P\IPX_SPX\
SETUP.EXE” (when the CD-ROM drive
is D drive.)

4 Click on [OK].

5 The setup program starts.

6 Click on [Next].

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7 [Installation Notes] are displayed.

8 Click on [Yes].

9 The files are installed.

10

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
The completion message is
displayed. If necessary, select
whether the “Readme.txt” is
displayed or not, then click on
[Finish].

11 When the “Readme.txt” is selected to


be displayed, the text is displayed.

12 Next, installing the printer driver:


● For installing the printer driver, see
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows)” on later pages.

SUPPLEMENT:
Even when the Peer-to-Peer Utility for IPX/SPX is installed, it will not be registered in the
Start Menu.

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UNINSTALLING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY
To uninstall the Peer-to-Peer Utility, follow the procedure below. Before uninstalling it, delete
the printer.

Deleting the Printer

1 Click on [Start], then select [Settings].

2 Select [Printers].

3 The printer folder opens.

4 Select the icon assigned to this


printer, which the Peer-to-Peer Utility
installed.
● If more than one have been created, select all of
them.

5 Press the [Delete] key.

6 The printer is deleted.

IMPORTANT:
To use the printer again, install the printer driver again.

Uninstalling the Peer-to-Peer Utility for TCP/IP

1 Click on [Start], then select [Settings].

2 Select the [Control Panel].

3 Double-click
Programs].
on [Add/Remove

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4 Select [IP-P2P], then select [Add/
Remove...].

PEER UTILITY
THE PEER-TO-
INSTALLING
5 The message is displayed as in the
figure.

6 Click on [Yes].

7 The peer-to-peer utility for TCP/IP is


uninstalled.

8 Click on [OK].

9 Re-start the computer.

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Uninstalling the Peer-to-Peer Utility for IPX/SPX

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.

2 Click on [Start], then select [Run...].

3 Enter “D:\UTILITY\P2P\IPX_SPX\
UNINSTAL.EXE” (when the CD-ROM
drive is D drive.)

4 Click on [OK].

5 The message is displayed as in the


figure.

6 Click on [OK].

7 The message is displayed as in the


figure.

8 Click on [OK].

9 Re-start the computer.

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows)

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE

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TYPE OF PRINTER DRIVER
To use the printer function of this machine, the printer driver needs to be installed. The role of
the printer driver is to convert the print data output by the application software on the OS into
data format understandable by the printer, then it sends the converted data to the printer.
Furthermore, the attached printer driver has functions to print enlarged/reduced images, print
multiple-page images in one page, etc., to realize a pleasant printing environment.

● You may select a printer driver according to your purposes: PCL-5e, PCL-XL and PDL.

Features of Each Printer Driver


PCL-5e: The PCL-5e driver is recommended for those who perform large volumes of text
printing and regard the print speed as important. The PCL-5e driver realizes faster
printing.
PCL-XL: To make the best use of this printer function with lots of graphic printing required,
please use the PCL-XL driver.
PDL: For those who often use applications such as PageMaker, Illustrator, QuarkXPress,
etc. or in case of requiring compatibility with any other PostScript Level 2 printer,
please use the PDL driver.
● This machine will automatically switch to the appropriate operating mode of the type of printer
driver being used (PCL-5e, PCL-XL, PDL).
The printer driver setting items will change according to the type of the printer driver to be
used. For further details, see “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS
(Windows) or (Macintosh)”.

System Requirement
OS
Microsoft Windows 3.1 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System, English Version
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Operating System4.0 English Version
Microsoft Windows NT Server Network Operating System4.0 English Version

Display Resolution
640 x 480 dpi or more

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● The way to install the printer driver varies depending on your OS. Please follow the
instructions on the pages for each OS.

OS Title Page
Windows 3.1 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 3.1 40
Windows 95 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 95 45
Windows 98 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 98 62
Windows NT4.0 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows NT4.0 80

NOTE:
The printer driver is provided for each OS. Be certain to use the right printer driver for
your OS. No other printer driver can be used.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The printer driver is stored in the attached CD-ROM. (See “BEFORE USING YOUR

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
PRINTER-ITEMS INCLUDED WITH THE PRINTER”.)
● The CD-ROM contains a “README” file, which describes information on the printer
and remarks on the application. Please be sure to read the contents.

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 3.1
Installing the printer driver to Windows 3.1

● Printer drivers of different versions cannot be mixed and present together. To upgrade the
version, first delete the old printer driver, then install the new one. After upgrading the version
of the printer driver, you need to re-start your computer.

● Please use the printer driver for Windows 3.1. You will not be able to use any of the printers
for Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT4.0. Be careful not to install a wrong one by
mistake.

● The “Readme” file is contained in the CD-ROM. It provides information on the printer driver
and other remarks on other application software programs. Open it using the NotePad, etc.
and see the contents.

INSTALLING

PREPARATION:
Turn on the power of you computer, and start Windows 3.1.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To go back to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.

2 Click on [Run...] in [File] in [Program


Manager].

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3 Input “D:\DRIVER\SETUP\SETUP.EXE”
in the Command Line entry field, where
D: is the drive letter of your CD-ROM
drive, then click on [OK].
● The [Welcome] screen of the setup program
“Toshiba Printer Software Installation” is
displayed. Remarks on installing the printer
driver are contained, so please be certain to
read them.

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
IMPORTANT:
Before performing the setup program, make sure to exit from all the programs in
Windows.

4 Click on [Next].
● The [Software License Agreement] screen
appears. Please be sure to read through the
displayed contents.

5 Click on [Yes].
● The User Information screen appears.

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6 Fill in [Group number] and [User
name]:
● [Group number]
Select one in the range from 1 through 20. Ask
your system administrator which number you
should select.
● [User name]
Enter any user name by inputting a maximum of
32 alphanumeric characters.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● This printer has a function to count the printing number of copies for each Group
number. The administrator can confirm the printing number of copies at TopAccess.
● The following characters can be entered for the User Name:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789

7 Click on [Next].
● The [Setup Type] screen appears.

8 Select “Type,” “Emulation,” “Default


Paper”, and “Install Font Navigator”:
● Type
Select the printer model to be used.
● Emulation
This designates the type of driver. (For further
details, see “TYPE OF PRINTER DRIVER” on
page 38.) Select the emulation to be used.
You cannot select more than one type at a time.
● Default Paper
Select the default paper to be used:
“A system” ... Paper system of A4, A3, B5, etc.
“LT system” ... Paper system of LETTER,
LEGAL, etc.
● To install Font Navigator
Check this to install Font Navigator or not.
If you check here, follow the procedures for
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows)-Installing Font Navigator”.

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9 Click on [Next].

10 The files are installed.

11 The completion
displayed.
message is

12 Click on [Finish].

IMPORTANT:
While the printer driver is installed, never take out the CD-ROM. Otherwise, the driver

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
may not be installed correctly. Please wait until the guidance is displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:
If installation is performed with the exclusive installer, "LPT1" (the parallel port of the
computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to designate your
actual printer port when this printer is used by being connected to a network. (See
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-INSTALLING THE PRITNTER
DRIVER TO Windows 3.1 DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT”.)

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DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT
When the printer driver is installed, “LPT1” (the parallel port of the computer) is automatically set
for the printer port. It will be necessary to designate your actual printer port when this printer is
used in network connection.

1 Double-click [Print Manager] in [Main]


window.
● The Print Manager screen appears.

2 Click on [Connect Network Printer]


button.
● The Connect Network Printer screen appears.

3 Enter the path where the printer is in


the [Path] field. Then press [OK].
● It is unnecessary to change [Device Name] so
that you can leave it with “LPT1.”

4 Designating
completed.
the printer port is

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows95
The printer driver can be installed in Windows95.
One of the following ways can be selected for installing the driver in Windows95:
● Installing from the CD-ROM (containing an exclusive installer)
This is the normal way to install. Using the exclusive installer, selecting and setting of the
driver will be easy. See “INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM” in this section.
● Installing by “Plug-and-Play”
If the printer is used with a local connection, this printer can be recognized to Windows by the
“Plug-and-Play” function of the computer. See “Install by “PLUG-AND-PLAY”...” in this
section.
● Installing by adding a printer
This way of installation is performed by using the “Add Printer” wizard of Windows. This way
will be useful when you do not use the exclusive installer. See “INSTALLATION BY ADDING
A PRINTER”.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function cannot be used when this printer is connected to a
network environment.

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
● For using the “Peer-to-Peer” utility, be certain to install the Peer-to-Peer Utility first,
then install the printer driver.

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INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM
The following describes how to install the printer driver from the attached CD-ROM (with an
exclusive installer).

NOTE:
Before installing the printer driver, please be sure to exit from all the programs in Windows.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.
● The exclusive installer is automatically started.

SUPPLEMENT:
If the exclusive installer does not start automatically, start it by following the steps below:
1Select [Run...] from the [Start] menu.
2Type “D:\DRIVER\SETUP\SETUP.EXE” in the [Open] field, then click on [OK].

2 Click on [Next].
● The [Software License Agreement] screen
appears. Please be sure to read through the
displayed contents.

3 Click on [Yes].
● The User Information screen appears.

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4 Fill in [Group number] and [User
name]:
● [Group number]
Select one in the range from 1 through 20. Ask
your system administrator which number you
should select.
● [User name]
Enter any user name by inputting a maximum of
32 alphanumeric characters.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● This printer has a function to count the printing number of copies for each Group
number. The administrator can confirm the printing number of copies at TopAccess.
● The following characters can be entered for the User Name:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
5 Click on [Next].
● The [Setup Type] screen appears.

6 Select “Type,” “Emulation,” “Default


Paper”, and “Install Font Navigator”:
● Type
Select the printer model to be used.
● Emulation
This designates the type of driver. (For further
details, see “INSTALLING THE PRINTER
DRIVER (Windows)-TYPE OF PRINTER
DRIVER”.) Select the emulation to be used.
You cannot select more than one type at a time.
● Default Paper
Select the default paper to be used:
“A system” ... Paper system of A4, A3, B5, etc.
“LT system” ... Paper system of LETTER,
LEGAL, etc.
● To install Font Navigator
Check this to install Font Navigator.
If you check here, follow the procedures for
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows) Installing Font Navigator”.

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7 Click on [Next].

8 The files are installed.

9 The completion
displayed.
message is

10 Click on [Finish].

IMPORTANT:
While the printer driver is installed, never take out the CD-ROM. Otherwise, the driver
may not be installed correctly. Please wait until the guidance is displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:
If installation is performed with the exclusive installer, “LPT1” (the parallel port of the
computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It is necessary to designate your actual
printer port when this printer is used by being connected to a network. (See
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
TO Windows 95-DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT”.)

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Install by “PLUG-AND-PLAY” ...
“Plug-and-Play” is the Windows function that automatically performs the setup and installation to
a computer when a new device is connected to the computer. When all the following conditions
with your computer are satisfied, the “Plug-and-Play” will automatically work.
● Your computer supports the “Plug-and-Play” function. (See the instructions for your computer
to check if the function is supported.)
● The two-way communication has been set to “Yes” in your computer. (See the instructions
with your computer for setting this function.)
● An interface cable supporting the two-way communication is used.
● First turn ON the power of this printer machine, then turn ON the power of your computer.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● When this printer machine is connected to a network, the “Plug-and-Play” does not
function.
● When this printer machine is connected to a network, install the printer driver following

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
the procedure of “INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER” in this section.

INSTALLING

PREPARATIONS:
● Turn OFF the power of this printer machine and your computer.
● Connect the printer machine to your computer.

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1 Turn ON the power of this printer
machine.

2 Turn ON the power of your computer.


● The operation to follow will differ according to
the screen displayed at this time.
● The displayed screen differs according to the
system version of Windows95 and the
environment of your computer.

When the [New Hardware Found]


screen is displayed:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function is working. Go to
“WHEN THE [New Hardware Found] SCREEN
is DISPLAYED” in this section.

When the [Device Driver Wizard]


screen is displayed:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function is working. Go to
“WHEN THE [Device Driver Wizard] SCREEN is
DISPLAYED” in this section.

When the normal Windows 95 screen


is displayed:
● When neither the [New Hardware Found] nor
[Device Driver Wizard] screen is displayed, it
means that the “Plug-and-Play” function is not
working. In this case, go to “INSTALLATION
FROM CD-ROM”, or “INSTALLATION BY
ADDING A PRINTER” in this section.

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WHEN THE [New Hardware Found] SCREEN is DISPLAYED
When the [New Hardware Found] screen is displayed by the “Plug-and-Play” function, install the
printer driver in the following procedure.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Make sure that [Driver from disk


provided by hardware manufacturer]
has been selected, then click on [OK].
● The Install From Disk screen appears

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
2 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive.

3 Make sure that [Copy manufacturer’s


files from] is set with the folder in
which the required printer driver is
located on the CD-ROM drive, then
click on [OK].
● i.e installing PCL-5e:
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\WIN95\PCL5E”
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● As for the components of the folder, see the
“README” file.
● The [Set Printer name] screen is displayed.

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4 If necessary, change the [Printer
name], then click on [Next].
● When any other printer driver has already been
installed, select whether or not this new printer
shall be used as the default printer. If [Yes] is
selected, this printer’s name will be displayed as
the first printer for printing documents through
applications.
● The printer driver is Installed.

SUPPLEMENT:
When printer driver is installed by [Plug-and-Play], installing Font Navigator is not
performed. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font
Navigator if necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing
Font Navigator”.)

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WHEN THE [Device Driver Wizard] SCREEN is DISPLAYED
When the [Device Driver Wizard] screen is displayed by the "Plug-and-Play" function, install the
printer driver in the following procedure.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive, then Click on [Next].

2 Click on [Browse...] to specify the


folder in which the printer driver to be
installed is located and click on [OK].
● When installing the PCL-5e
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\WIN95\PCL5E”

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● Refer to the Readme file in CD-ROM for the
configuration of the CD-ROM contents.

3 Select the printer driver for your


printer model and click on [Next].

4 Change the [Printer name] depending


on the requirements, and click on
[Finish].
● When any other printer drivers have already
been installed, select whether or not this new
printer shall be used as the default printer. If
[Yes] is selected, this printer’s name will be
displayed as the first printer for printing
documents through applications.
● The printer driver is installed.

SUPPLEMENT:
When a printer driver is installed by [Plug-and-Play], installing Font Navigator is not
performed. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font
Navigator if necessary. (See “INSTALL THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing
Font Navigator”.)

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INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER
When the “Plug-and-Play” function is not working or this printer is connected to a network, install
the printer driver in the following procedure.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.
● If the “Plug-and-Play” function works after installing the printer driver by following the
procedure of the “INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER”, cancel the “Plug-and-
play” function.

1 Click on the [Start] button, select


[Settings], then click on [Printers].
● The [Printers] screen appears.

2 Double-click on the [Add Printer]


icon.
● The [Add Printer Wizard] procedure begins.

3 Click on [Next].
● The [Setting the location of attached printer]
screen appears.

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4 Selecting the way of connection
between this printer and your
computer:
● Local Printer
Select this when this printer is directly connected
to your computer via a printer cable or when this
printer is connected to a peer-to-peer network.
● Network Printer
Select this when this printer is connected to a
client-server network.

5 Click on [Next].
● When [Local Printer] is selected, go to Step 10.
● When [Network Printer] is selected, go to Step 6.

6 Setting Input the Network path:


● Input the network path or network queue name
of this printer in the field of [Network path or

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
queue name].
● Select whether or not printing is performed
through MS-DOS applications.

7 Click on the [Browse...] button.


● The [Browse for Printer] screen appears.

8 Click on the network printer to


highlight it, then click on the [OK]
button.

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9 Click on [Next].
● In the field of [Network path or queue name], the
path of the selected printer is displayed.
● The Manufacturers and Printers setting screen
appears.

10 Click on [Have Disk...].


● The [Install From Disk] screen appears.

11 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.
● Make sure that [Copy manufacturer’s files from]
is set with the folder in which the printer driver
for Windows 95 is located from the CD-ROM
drive.
● i.e. installing PCL-5e:
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\WIN95\PCL5E”
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● As for the components of the folder, see the
“README” file in the CD-ROM.
● When the CD-ROM is set, the exclusive installer
is automatically started. Click on [Cancel] to exit
the installer.

12 Click on [OK].

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13 Select the printer to be used, then
click on [Next].
● When [Local Printer] is selected in Step 4:
Go to Step 14.
● When [Network Printer] is selected in Step 4:
Go to Step 16.

14 In the [Available ports] screen, select


the port to be used:
● When the machine is connected to your
computer via a printer cable:
Select “LPT1 Printer Port.”
● When the machine is connected to a peer-to-
peer network of TCP/IP:

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility for TCP/IP.
● When the machine is connected to a peer-to-
peer network of IPX/SPX:
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility for IPX/SPX.

15 Click on [Next].
● The [Set Printer name] screen appears.

16 If necessary, change the [Printer


name], then click on [Next].
● When any other printer drivers have already
been installed, select whether or not this new
printer shall be used as the default printer. If
[Yes] is selected, this printer’s name will be
displayed as the first printer for printing
documents through applications.
● The screen to select a print test is displayed.

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17 Select for a print test or not, then
click on [Finish].
● The printer driver is installed.
● If [Yes] is selected for a print test, the print test is
performed.

SUPPLEMENT:
When a printer drive is installed by [Add Printer], installing Font Navigator is not operated.
Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navifgator in CD-ROM to install Font Navigator if
necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing Font
Navigator”.)

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DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT
If the printer driver is installed by the exclusive installer or the “Plug-and-Play” function, “LPT1”
(the parallel port of the computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to
designate your actual printer port when this printer is used in network connection.

WHEN USING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY

1 Select [Settings] from the [Start]


menu, then select [Printers].
● The printer folder is displayed.

2 Right-click on the installed printer


driver.

3 Select [Properties].
● The printer properties are displayed.

4 Click on the [Details] tab.

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
5 Click on [▼] of the [Print to the
following port] and select the port for
the Peer-to-Peer Utility.

6 Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENT:
To begin printing, see “PRINTING”.

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WHEN USING THE PRINTER PORT (or QUEUE) OF THE SERVER

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The following configuration is required when the printer is used in the client-server type
network.
● It is necessary that the server has already been configured before this operation. Ask
your administrator about the server setup.

1 Select [Settings] from the [Start]


menu, then select [Printer].
● The printer folder is displayed.

2 Right-click on the installed printer


driver.

3 Select [Properties].
● The printer properties are displayed.

4 Click on the [Details] tab.

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5 Click on [Add Port...].
● The screen to add a port is displayed.

6 Click on [Browse...].
● In the Browse for Printer screen, the computers
connected to the network are displayed.
● Click on the desired computer name, and the
connected printer is displayed.

7 Select this printer, then click on [OK].

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
● This printer is designated as the network path to
the printer.

8 Click on [OK].
● This printer is designated as the printer port.

9 Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENT:
To begin printing, see “PRINTING”.

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows 98
The printer driver can be installed in Windows 98.
One of the following ways can be selected for installing the driver in Windows 98:
● Installing from the CD-ROM (containing an exclusive installer)
This is the normal way to install. Using the exclusive installer, selecting and setting of the
driver will be easy. See “INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM” in this section.
● Installing by “Plug-and-Play”
If the printer is used with a local connection, this printer can be recognized to Windows by the
“Plug-and-Play” function of the computer. See “INSTALLATION BY “PLUG-AND-PLAY”...” in
this section.
● Installing by adding a printer
This way of installation is performed by using the “Add Printer” wizard of Windows. This way
will be useful when you do not use the exclusive installer. See “INSTALLATION BY ADDING
A PRINTER” in this section.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function cannot be used when this printer is connected to a
network environment.
● For using the “Peer-to-Peer” utility, be certain to install the Peer-to-Peer Utility first,
then install the printer driver.

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INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM
The following describes how to install the printer driver from the attached CD-ROM (with an
exclusive installer).

NOTE:
Before installing the printer driver, please be sure to exit from all the programs in Windows.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.
● The exclusive installer is automatically started.

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
SUPPLEMENT:
If the exclusive installer does not start automatically, start it by following the steps below:
1Select [Run...] from the [Start] menu.
2Type “D:\DRIVER\SETUP\SETUP.EXE” in the [Open] field, then click on [OK].

2 Click on [Next].
● The [Software License Agreement] screen
appears. Please be sure to read through the
displayed contents.

3 Click on [Yes].
● The [User Information] screen appears.

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4 Fill in [Group number] and [User
name]:
● [Group number]
Select one in the range from 1 through 20. Ask
your system administrator which number you
should select.
● [User name]
Enter any user name by inputting a maximum of
32 alphanumeric characters.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● This printer has a function to counts the printing number of copies for each Group
number. The administrator can confirm the printing number of copies at TopAccess.
● The following characters can be entered for the User Name:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789

5 Click on [Next].
● The screen to select the setup type appears.

6 Select “Type,” “Emulation,” “Default


Paper”, and “Install Font Navigator”:
● Type
Select the printer model to be used.
● Emulation
This designates the type of driver. (For further
details, see “INSTALLING THE PRINTER
DRIVER (Windows)-TYPE OF PRINTER
DRIVER”.) Select the emulation to be used.
You cannot select more than one type at a time.
● Default Paper
Select the default paper to be used:
“A system” ... Paper system of A4, A3, B5, etc.
“LT system” ... Paper system of LETTER,
LEGAL, etc.
● To install Font Navigator
Check this to install Font Navigator.
If you check here, follow the procedures for
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows)-Installing Font Navigator”.

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7 Click on [Next].

8 The files are installed.

9 The completion
displayed.
message is

10 Click on [Finish].

IMPORTANT:

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
While the printer driver is installed, never take out the CD-ROM. Otherwise, the driver
may not be installed correctly. Please wait until the guidance is displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:
If installation is performed with the exclusive installer, “LPT1” (the parallel port of the
computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to designate your
actual printer port when this printer is used by being connected to a network. (See
“DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT” in this section.)

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INSTALLATION BY “PLUG-AND-PLAY” ...
“Plug-and-Play” is the Windows function that automatically performs the setup and installation to
a computer when a new Windows device is connected to the computer. When all the following
conditions are satisfied, the “Plug-and-Play” will automatically work.
● Your computer supports the “Plug-and-Play” function. (See the instructions for your computer
to check if the function is supported.)
● The two-way communication has been set to “Yes” in your computer. (See the instructions
with your computer for setting this function.)
● An interface cable supporting the two-way communication is used.
● First turn ON the power of this printer machine, then turn ON the power of your computer.

SUPPLEMENT:
When this printer machine is connected to a network, the “Plug-and-Play” does not function.
When this printer machine is connected to a network, install the printer driver following
the procedure of “INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER” in this section.

INSTALLING

PREPARATIONS:
● Turn OFF the power of this printer machine and you computer.
● Connect the printer machine to your computer.

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1 Turn ON the power of this printer
machine.

2 Turn ON the power of your computer.


● The operation to follow will differ according to
the screen displayed at this time.
● The displayed screen differs according to the
system version of Windows 98 and the
environment of your computer.

When the [New Hardware Found


Wizard] is displayed:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function is working. Go to
“WHEN THE [New Hardware Found Wizard] is
DISPLAYED” in this section.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
When the [Device Driver Wizard]
screen is displayed:
● The “Plug-and-Play” function is working. Go to
“WHEN THE [Device Driver Wizard] SCREEN is
DISPLAYED” in this section.

When the normal Windows98 screen


is displayed:
● When neither the [New Hardware Found] nor
[Device Driver Wizard] screen is displayed, it
means that the “Plug-and-Play” function is not
working. In this case, go to “INSTALLATION
FROM CD-ROM” or “INSTALLATION BY
ADDING A PRINTER” in this section.

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WHEN A NEW HARDWARE FOUND WIZARD IS DISPLAYED
When a “New Hardware Found Wizard” is displayed by the “Plug-and-Play” function, install the
printer driver in the following procedure:

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To cancel the installation, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To go back to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Click on [Next].

2 Select “Display a list of all the drivers


in a specific location, so you can
select the driver you want.” then click
on [Next].

3 Click on [Have Disk...].

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4 In the [Copy manufacturer’s files
from], designate the folder in which
the required printer driver is located,
then click [OK].
● i.e. Installing PCL-5e:
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\WIN95\PCL5E”
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● As for the components of the folder, see the
“README” file in the CD-ROM.

5 Select the printer to be used, then


click on [Next].
● The screen with the message “Windows driver
file search for the driver.” appears.

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6 Click on [Next].

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7 If necessary, change the printer name
and click on [Finish].
● When any other printer driver is already
installed, a selection is requested as to whether
this new printer is set as the default printer. If
you select [Yes], this printer is automatically
displayed as the printer for starting to print
through any application.
● The printer driver is installed.

8 Click on [Finish].

SUPPLEMENT:
When printer driver is installed by [Plug-and-Play], installing Font Navigator is not
performed. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font
Navigator if necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing
Font Navigator”.)

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WHEN THE [Device Driver Wizard] SCREEN is DISPLAYED
When the [Device Driver Wizard] screen is displayed by the “Plug-and-Play” function, install the
printer driver in the following procedure.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive, then Click on [Next].
● The printer drive is searched, and the [Searching
results] screen appears.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
2 Click on [Next].
● The [Set Printer name] screen appears.

3 If necessary, change the [Printer


name], then click on [Next].
● When any other printer driver has already been
installed, select whether or not this new printer
shall be used as the default printer. If [Yes] is
selected, this printer’s name will be displayed as
the first printer for printing documents through
applications.
● The printer driver is installed.

SUPPLEMENT:
When printer driver is installed by [Plug-and-Play], installing Font Navigator is not
performed. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font
Navigator if necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing
Font Navigator”.)

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INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER
When the “Plug-and-Play” function is not working or this printer is connected to a network, install
the printer driver in the following procedure.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
● To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.
● If the “Plug-and-Play” function works after installing the printer driver by following the
procedure of the “INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER” cansel the “Plug-and-
Play” function.

1 Click on the [Start] button, select


[Settings], then click on [Printers].
● The [Printers] screen appears.

2 Double-click on the [Add Printer]


icon.
● The [Add Printer Wizard] procedure begins.

3 Click on [Next].
● The [Setting the location of attached printer]
screen appears.

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4 Selecting the way of connection
between this printer and your
computer:
● Local Printer
Select this when this printer is directly connected
to your computer via a printer cable or when this
printer is connected to a peer-to-peer network.
● Network Printer
Select this when this printer is connected to a
client-server network.

5 Click on [Next].
● When [Local Printer] is selected, go to Step 10.
● When [Network Printer] is selected, go to Step 6.

6 Setting Input the network path:


● Input the network path or network queue name
of this printer in the field of [Network path or

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queue name].
● Select whether or not printing is performed
through MS-DOS applications.

7 Click on the [Browse...] button.


● The [Browse for Printer] screen appears.

8 Click on the network printer to


highlight it, then click on the [OK]
button.
● In the field of [Network path or queue name], the
path of the selected printer is displayed.

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9 Click on [Next].
● The [Manufacturers and Printers setting] screen
appears.

10 Click on [Have Disk...].


● The [Install From Disk] screen appears.

11 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.
● Make sure that [Copy manufacturer’s files from]
is set with the folder in which the printer driver
for Windows 98 is located from the CD-ROM
drive.
● i.e. Installing PCL-5e:
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\WIN95\PCL5E”
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● As for the components of the folder, see the
“README” file in the CD-ROM.
● When the CD-ROM is set, the exclusive installer
is autmatically started. Click on [Cancel] to exit
the installer.

12 Click on [OK].

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13 Select the printer to be used, then
click on [Next].
● When [Local Printer] is selected in Step 4:
Go to Step 14.
● When [Network Printer] is selected in Step 4:
Go to Step 16.

14 In the [Available ports] screen, select


the port to be used:
● When the machine is connected to your
computer via a printer cable:
Select “LPT1 Printer Port.”
● When the machine is connected to a peer-to-
peer network of TCP/IP:

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility for TCP/IP.
● When the machine is connected to a peer-to-
peer network of IPX/SPX:
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility fo IPX/SPX.

15 Click on [Next].
● The [Set Printer name] screen appears.

16 If necessary, change the [Printer


name], then click on [Next].
● When any other printer drivers have already
been installed, select whether or not this new
printer shall be used as the default printer. If
[Yes] is selected, this printer’s name will be
displayed as the first printer for printing
documents through applications.
● The screen to select a print test is displayed.

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17 Select for a print test or not, then
click on [Finish]
● The printer driver is installed.
● If [Yes] is selected for a print test, the print test is
perfordemed.

SUPPLEMENT:
When printer driver is installed by [Plug-and-Play], installing Font Navigator is not
operated. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font Navigator
if necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing Font
Navigator”.)

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DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT
If the printer driver is installed by the exclusive installer or the “Plug-and-Play” function, “LPT1”
(the parallel port of the computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to
designate your actual printer port when this printer is used being connected to a network.

WHEN USING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY

1 Select [Settings] from the [Start]


menu, then select [Printer].
● The printer folder is displayed.

2 Right-click on the installed printer


driver.

3 Select [Properties].
● The printer properties are displayed.

4 Click on the [Details] tab.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
5 Click on [▼] of the [Print to the
following port] and select the port for
the Peer-to-Peer Utility.

6 Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENT:
To begin printing, see “PRINTING”.

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WHEN USING THE PRINTER PORT (or QUEUE) OF THE SERVER

1 Select [Settings] from the [Start]


menu, then select [Printer].
● The printer folder is displayed.

2 Right-click on the installed printer


driver.

3 Select [Properties].
● The printer properties are displayed.

4 Click on the [Details] tab.

5 Click on the [Add Port...].


● The screen to add a port is displayed.

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6 Click on [Browse...].
● In the printer reference screen, the computers
connected to the network are displayed.
● Click on the desired computer name, and the
connected printer is displayed.

7 Select this printer, then click on [OK].


● This printer is designated as the network path to
the printer.

8 Click on [OK].
● This printer is designated as the printer port.

9 Click on [OK].

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Windows NT4.0
The printer driver can be installed in Windows NT4.0.
One of the following ways can be selected for installing the driver in Windows NT4.0:
● Installing from the CD-ROM (containing an exclusive installer)
This is the normal way to install. Using the exclusive installer, selecting and setting of the
driver will be easy. See “INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM” in this section.
● Installing by adding a printer
This way of installation is performed by using the “Add Printer” wizard of Windows. This way
will be useful when you do not use the exclusive installer. See “INSTALLATION BY ADDING
A PRINTER” in this section.

IMPORTANT:
For using the printer in a Client-Server network environment, install by the Add Printer
wizard. If installed using the exclusive installer, the printer cannot be used as a server's
common printer.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● For installing the printer driver to Windows NT4.0, “Full Control” access rights will be
necessary. A log on must be performed as a member of the Administrators or Power
Users groups. For further details on access rights, see the Windows NT manual.
● For using the Peer-to-Peer Utility, be sure to install the Peer-to-Peer Utility first, then
install the printer driver.
● Here the way to install is introduced for using the Windows NT4.0 computer as a client.
When the computer is used as a server, see the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR
NETWORKING FUNCTION.

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INSTALLATION FROM CD-ROM
The following describes how to install the printer driver from the attached CD-ROM (with an
exclusive installer).

NOTE:
Before installing the printer driver, please be sure to exit from all the programs in Windows.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.
● The exclusive installer is automatically started.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
SUPPLEMENT:
If the exclusive installer does not start automatically, start it by following the steps below:
1Select [Run...] from the [Start] menu.
2Type “D:\DRIVER\SETUP\SETUP.EXE” in the [Open] field, then click on [OK].

2 Click on [Next].
● The [Software License Agreement] screen
appears. Please be sure to read through the
displayed contents.

3 Click on [Yes].
● The [User Information] screen appears.

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4 Fill in [Group number] and [User
name]:
● [Group number]
Select one in the range from 1 through 20. Ask
your system administrator which number you
should select.
● [User name]
Enter any user name by inputting a maximum of
32 alphanumeric characters.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● This printer has a function to counts the printing number of copies for each Group
number. The administrator can confirm the priting number of copies at TopAccess.
● The following characters can be entered for the User Name:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789

5 Click on [Next].
● The [Setup type] screen appears.

6 Select “Type,” “Emulation,” “Default


Paper”, and “Install Font Navigator”:
● Setting
Select the printer model to be used.
● Emulation
This designates the type of driver. (For further
details, see “INSTALLING THE PRINTER
DRIVER (Windows)-TYPE OF PRINTER
DRIVER”.) Select the emulation to be used.
You cannot select more than one type at a time.
● Default Paper
Select the default paper to be used:
“A system” ... Paper system of A4, A3, B5, etc.
● “LT system” ... Paper system of LETTER,
LEGAL, etc.
● To install Font Navigator
Check this to install Font Navigator.
If you check here, follow the procedures for
“INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Windows)-Installing Font Navigator”.

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7 Click on [Next].

8 The files are installed.

9 The completion
displayed.
message is

10 Click on [Finish].

IMPORTANT:

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
While the printer driver is installed, never take out the CD-ROM. Otherwise, the driver
may not be installed correctly. Please wait until the guidance is displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:
If installation is performed with the exclusive installer, “LPT1” (the parallel port of the
computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to designate your
actual printer port when this printer is used by being connected to a network. (See
“DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT” in this section.)

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INSTALLATION BY ADDING A PRINTER

SUPPLEMENTS:
●To stop installation halfway, click on the [Cancel] button.
●To return to the preceding setting item, click on the [Back] button.

1 Click on [Start], select [Settings], then


click on [Printers].
● The [Printers] screen appears.

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2 Double-click on the [Add Printer]
icon.
● The [Add Printer Wizard] begins.

3 Setting how the printer is to be


controlled:
● My Computer
Select this when this printer is directly connected
to the computer via a printer cable and is
controlled by this computer, or when this printer
is connected to a peer-to-peer network.
● Network printer server

(Windows)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
Select this when this printer is connected to a
client-server network and is controlled by the NT
server.

4 Click on [Next].
● When [My Computer] is selected, go to Step 7.
● When [Network printer server] is selected, go to
Step 5.

5 Click on this printer connected to the


server to highlight it, then click on the
[OK] button.
● Installing the printer begins.
● When the server connected with this printer is
any other than a NT server, the message: “Click
on OK if you wish to install the driver on your
local machine.” appears. Click on [OK]. Go to
Step 9.

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6 Click on [Finish].
● Installing the printer driver is complete.
● The printer driver installed in the NT server is
copied to your computer.

7 Selecting the port to be used, in the


[Available ports] screen:
● When the printer is connected to the computer
via a printer cable:
Select [LPT1 Local Port].
● When the printer is connected to a peer-to-peer
network of TCP/IP:
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility for TCP/IP.
● When the printer is connected to a peer-to-peer
network for IPX/SPX:
Select the port added by installing the Peer-to-
Peer utility for IPX/SPX.

8 Click on [Next].
● The [Manufacturers and Printers setting] screen
appears.

9 Click on [Have Disk...].


● The [Install From Disk] screen appears.

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10 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive.
● Make sure that [Copy manufacturer’s files from]
is set with the folder in which the printer driver
for Windows NT4.0 is located from the CD-ROM
drive.
● i.e. Installing PCL-5e:
Enter “D:\DRIVER\ENGLISH\NT4_0\PCL5E”
(when the CD-ROM drive is D drive.)
● The exclusive installer is automatically started.
Click on [Cancel] to exit the installer.

11 Click on [OK].

12 Select the printer to be used, then


click on [Next].
● The [Set Printer name] screen appears.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
13 If necessary, change [Printer name],
then click on [Next].
● When any other printer driver has already been
installed, select whether or not this new printer
shall be used as the default printer. If [Yes] is
selected, this printer’s name will be displayed as
the first printer for printing documents through
applications.
● The [Shared or Not shared Printer] screen
appears.

14 Select [Not shared], then click on


[Next].
● The [Printing a test page] screen appears.

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15 Select whether or not the test page
will be printed, then click on [Finish].

SUPPLEMENT:
When printer driver is installed by the Add Printer wizard, installing Font Navigator is not
performed. Please run “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator in CD-ROM to install Font
Navigator if necessary. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER (Windows)-Installing
Font Navigator”.)

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DESIGNATING THE PRINTER PORT
If the printer driver is installed by the exclusive installer, “LPT1” (the parallel port of the
computer) is automatically set for the printer port. It will be necessary to designate your actual
printer port when this printer is used being connected to a network (when using the Peer-to-
Peer Utility).

NOTE:
When installed from the CD-ROM, you cannot designate a server’s common printer as
the printer port.

WHEN USING THE PEER-TO-PEER UTILITY

1 Select [Settings] from the [Start]


menu, then select [Printer].
● The printer folder is displayed.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
2 Right-click on the installed printer
driver.

3 Select [Properties].
● The printer properties are displayed.

4 Click on the [Ports] tab.

5 Of all the items in [Print to the


following port], select the port name
added in the Peer-to-Peer Utility and
mark a check.

6 Click on [OK].

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INSTALLING THE FONT NAVIGATOR
Install Font Navigator
Font Navigator is the application to install the Resident Font to a computer. The Resident Font
can be displayed properly on screen as installing fonts to a computer by Font Navigator.

SUPPLEMENT:
Plese refer to “Readenu.wri” included in CD-ROM for more details about the Font
Navigator.

Installing Font Navigator begins by follwing the procedures of “Installation from CD-ROM” or
starting the “Setup.exe” for Font Navigator included in CD-ROM.

1 Font Navigator Setup program screen


appears. Remarks on installing “Font
Navigtator” are displayed, so be
certain to read them.

2 Click on [Next].

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3 Select the installing location.

[Destination Directory]
Specify the location for installing
“Font Navigator.” The default location
is “C:\FontNav.” If there is no
particular problem on this location,
you do not need to specify a new
location.

[Browse...] Button
For changing the installing location,
click on this button.
The [Browse for Directory] is
displayed.
Select the desired location, then click
on the [OK] button.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
4 Click on [Finish].
● Installation of “ Font Navigator” begins.

IMPORTANT:
While installation is under way, never take out the CD-ROM. Otherwise, the “Font
Navigator” may not be installed correctly.

5 Installation is complete.
● Restarting Windows dialogue appears. Click on
[Yes] to restart the computer.

SUPPLEMENT:
After installing the printer driver, setup of the optional equipment installed to this machine
at the driver properties at first. The details can be set at drivers are different depending
on what optional equipment is installed to this machine. The configuration of optional
equipment can be confirmed at Copier Configurations menu of TopAccess.

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Uninstall Font Navigator
There is no attached uninstaller.

NOTE:
Do not delete the Font Navigator folder. Also, do not delete the Fonts and Cache folders
in the Font Navigator folder. If you do, you will remove fonts from your disk, and you may
have to reformat any documents that use these fonts.

Run Font Navigator


Follow the instructions below to run Font Navigator the first time.

1 Double-click the Font Navigator icon.

2 The Font Navigator Wizard appears.

3 Select the drives that Font Navigator


searches for fonts.
● It runs only the very first time you run Font
Navigator.

4 Click on [Next].
● Font Navigator automatically searches fonts in
selected drives.

5 Click on [Finish].

Description of Screen
Go to a different
folder list box

Contents of
Font Catalog Installed Fonts list

Font Sample
Viewer

● Go to a different folder list box The current fonts catalog name displayed. Change this to view different catalog of
fonts list or fonts list in other folders.
● Contents of Font Catalog Contents list is displayed. Only folders and fonts can be displayed. Installed fonts
are checkmarked on icons.
● Installed Fonts list The list of fonts already have been installed.
● Font Sample Viewer Display the font sample.
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Getting Started with Font Navigator

Install Fonts
● Select one or more fonts to install from the Contents list (the left list box).
● Then drag the selected fonts to the Installed Fonts list (the right list box).

SUPPLEMENTS:
You can also install fonts:
● Selecting a font at the Contents list (the left list box) and click [Install Font] to install.
● Selecting a font at the Contents list (the left list box) and press the [Insert] key.

View Font Samples


● Click a font in the Contents list or Installed Fonts list.
This let you view up to four samples in the Font Sample viewer (the window at the bottom of Font Navigator).

Print Font Samples

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INSTALLING THE
● Click a font in the Contents list or Installed Fonts list.
● Choose [Print Samples] in [File] menu.
● Click [OK] in the [Print Samples] dialog box to print the samples.

Search for Fonts


You can search for fonts on floppy disks, CD-ROMs, your hard disk, or network.
There are two ways to search for fonts.
● Use the [Find Fonts] option in the [File] menu.
● Use the [Go to a different folder] list box in the toolbar.

SUPPLEMENTS:
Each method of searching for fonts has its own advantages. In both cases, you search
for fonts so that you can install them, view them, or print samples of them. The fonts you
search for appear in the Contents list.
● Use the [Find Fonts] option in the [File] menu to find fonts and update the Font Catalog.
The Font Catalog includes all the available fonts that you can install (or view and print samples of).
● Use the [Go to a different folder] list box to display font sin a single folder, rather than
all the fonts in the Font Catalog.

Uninstall Fonts
● Select a font or more fonts to be uninstalled from the [Installed Fonts]
● Choose [Uninstall Font] in [File] menu or press [Delete] key to uninstall selected fonts.

Use Help
For more information about Font Navigator, choose Help Topics in the Help menu.
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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER
(Macintosh)

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER TO Macintosh
The printer driver needs to be installed to used the printer function of this machine from your
computer. Use the LaserWriter 8 installed as a standard driver for Mac OS.
The PPD file needs to be installed from the CD-ROM in order to enable features specific to this
machine.

System Requirement

● Hardware
Display Resolution: 640 x 480 dots or more
● OS
Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6

NOTES:
● The printer driver is provided for each OS. Be certain to use the right printer driver for
your OS. No other printer drivers can be used.
● This CD-ROM contains a “README” file, which describes precautions on the printer
drivers and various applications to keep in mind. Please read it before installing the
printer driver.

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COPYING THE PPD FILE
Copy the PPD file to the System Folder, the Extensions Folder, and the Printer Description File
Folder.

SUPPLEMENT:
The PPD (PostScript Printer Description) file contains descriptions of printer-specific
functions and information. This file is used to make printer-specific functions available and
to provide optimum printing. Install the PPD file, and you can select this machine from
[Chooser] in the [Apple] menu.

1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM


drive.

2 Double-click on the boot drive icon,


and the System Folder appears.
Open the Extensions Folder in the
System Folder.

3 Double-click on the CD-ROM icon,


and open the English Folder in the
PPD Folder.

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PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
4 Copy the PPD file “TOSHIBA
Series”, which is located
DP3580
in the
English Folder, to the Printer
Description File Folder in the
Extensions Folder.

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SELECT DRIVER
Select this machine from the Chooser.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● Your computer must be connected to the network via Ethernet. And “Ethernet” must be
selected for “Connect via” in the AppleTalk SETUP.
● If the network has not been set yet, it should be set in [AppleTalk], [File Sharing], [Users
& Groups], and so on.
● An administrator must complete “AppleTalk SETUP” in TopAccess.

1 Click on the [Apple] menu, and select


[Chooser].
● “Chooser” appears.

2 Make sure that “Active” is selected


for “AppleTalk”.
● If “Inactive” is selected for “AppleTalk”, please
click on “Active”.
● If “Active” is selected for “AppleTalk”, but no
other Macintosh on the network is displayed,
please confirm that the network cable is
connected and set properly.

3 Select a zone that this machine


belongs to from “AppleTalk Zone”.
● This appears only when several zones exist on
the same network.
● Please ask an administrator which zone this
machine belongs to.

4 Select “LaserWriter8”.
● The printer list appears in “Select a PostScript
Printer”.

5 Select this machine from the printer


list, and click on [Create].
● “Select a PostScript Printer Description File”
appears.

6 Select “TOSHIBA DP3580 Series”,


and click on [Select].
● The printer is created on the desktop and the
“Installable Options” setting screen appears.
Proceed to step 3 in “INSTALLING THE
PRINTER DRIVER(Macintosh)-OPTIONS
SETUP”.

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OPTIONS SETUP
If the options, such as the finisher, are installed to this machine, they need to be added in the
printer driver.

1 Select this machine from the


“Chooser” screen, and click on
[Setup].

2 Click on [Configure].
● The “Installable Options” setting screen appears.

3 Select the installed options.


● When the Finisher or the Large Capacity Feeder

(Macintosh)
PRINTER DRIVER
INSTALLING THE
is installed, select “Installed” for each.
When the Finisher or the Large Capacity Feeder
is not installed, select “Not Installed” for each.
● Select items according to the Duplex unit/Casset
and the Pedestal being used currently.

4 Click on [OK].
● The “Installable Options” screen is closed.

5 Exit the “Chooser”.

SUPPLEMENT:
Refer to “SETTING FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS (Windows)-
[Option]Tab” in order to have more details about the optionnal devices.

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This chapter describes the basic procedure of printing applications and how to cancel a print
job.

● The printing procedure varies depending on the OS you are using. See the following page for
each OS:
OS Title Page
Windows 3.1 Printing in Windows 3.1 103
Windows 95 Printing in Windows 95 107
Windows 98 Printing in Windows 98 111
Windows NT4.0 Printing in Windows NT4.0 115
Mac OS Printing in Macintosh 119

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PRINTING IN Windows 3.1
The following describes the ordinary printing procedure using Windows 3.1 applications and the
way to stop printing. Let’s see “Write” for an operating example.

IMPORTANT:
The printing procedure varies depending on each application. For further details, refer to
the instructions and HELP attached to the application.

PRINTING

1 Create text using Write.

2 Click on [Print Setup...] in the [File]


menu.
● The [Print Setup] screen appears.

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3 Make sure that the field of [Default
Printer] has been set with this
printer’s model name, then set the
items of [Orientation], [Size], and
[Source].
● [Orientation]
Set the printing direction.
● [Size]
Specify the printing paper size.
● [Source]
Set the way of paper feeding.

4 Click on the [OK] button.

5 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

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6 Make sure that the field of [Printer]
has been set with this printer’s model
name, then click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

7 The printed pages come out.


● Check the printout.

IMPORTANT:
When printing is not normally performed, see “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN PRINTING
CANNOT BE PERFORMED...”.

PRINTING

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WAY TO STOP PRINTING
You can stop the printing job once commanded before it is spooled in the printer.

1 Double-click on the [Print Manager]


icon in the [Main] window of
Windows.
● The [Print Manager] screen appears.

2 Select the printer in use, then select


[Pause Printing Document] in
[Document] menu.
● The printer turns in a printing-suspended
condition.

3 Select the document whose printing


is to be canceled, then select
[Resume Printing Document] in
[Document] menu.
● The Print job is deleted.
Printing is canceled.

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PRINTING IN Windows 95
The following describes the printing procedure for Windows 95 applications and how to cancel a
print job. The application “WordPad” is used as an example.

IMPORTANT:
The printing procedure may vary depending on the application. For further details, refer
to the instructions and HELP attached to the application.

PRINTING

1 Open a WordPad document, then


click on [Page Setup...] in the [File]
menu.
● The [Page Setup] screen appears.

2 Select the paper size and feeding


direction, then click on [OK].
● Set the [Size] field with the printing paper size.
● Set the [Source] field with the paper feeder
where the printing paper has been set. If no

PRINTING
particular feeder is to be specified, set with
“AutoSelect Tray”.

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3 Create text using WordPad.

4 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

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5 Set the [Name] field with the name
given to this new printer.

IMPORTANT:
● The [Name] displayed here is the name given at the time of installing the printer driver
or the name given to the icon of this printer in the Windows95 [Printers] folder.
● For printing in various ways (enlarged/reduced printing, duplexed printing, etc.), click on
[Properties] for the printer driver settings.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTING IN VARIOUS WAYS”.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS”.

6 Click on the [OK] button.


● Printing begins.

7 The printed pages come out.


● Check the printout.

IMPORTANT:

PRINTING
If you can not print, see “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE
PERFORMED...”.

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CANCELING A PRINT JOB

1 Double-click on the printer icon


displayed in the Windows Task Bar.
● The printer window appears.

2 Select the document whose printing


is to be canceled.

3 Click on [Cancel Printing] in the


[Document] menu.
● The selected document is deleted, and printing
is canceled.

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PRINTING IN Windows 98
The following describes the printing procedure for Windows 98 applications and how to cancel a
print job. The application “WordPad” is used as an example.

IMPORTANT:
The printing procedure may vary depending on the application. For further details, refer
to the instructions and HELP attached to the application.

PRINTING

1 Open a WordPad document, then


click on [Page Setup...] in the [File]
menu.
● The [Page Setup] screen appears.

2 Select the paper size and feeding


direction, then click on [OK].
● Set the [Size] field with the printing paper size.
● Set the [Source] field with the paper feeder
where the printing paper has been set. If no

PRINTING
particular feeder is to be specified, set with
“AutoSelect Tray”.

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3 Create text using WordPad.

4 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

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5 Set the [Name] field with the name
given to this new printer.

IMPORTANT:
● The [Name] displayed here is the name given at the time of installing the printer driver
or the name given to the icon of this printer in the Windows 98 [Printers] folder.
● For printing in various ways (enlarged/reduced printing, duplexed printing, etc.), click on
[Properties] for the printer driver settings.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTING IN VARIOUS WAYS”.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS”.

6 Click on the [OK] button.


● Printing begins.

7 The printed pages come out.


● Check the printout.

IMPORTANT:

PRINTING
If you can not print, see “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE
PERFORMED...”.

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CANCELING A PRINT JOB

1 Double-click on the printer icon


displayed in the Windows Task Bar.
● The printer window appears.

2 Select the document whose printing


is to be canceled.

3 Click on [Cancel Printing] in the


[Document] menu.
● The selected document is deleted, and printing
is canceled.

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PRINTING IN Windows NT4.0
The following describes the printing procedure for Windows NT4.0 applications and how to
cancel a print job. The application “WordPad” is used as an example.

IMPORTANT:
The printing procedure may vary depending on the application. For further details, refer
to the instructions and HELP attached to the application.

PRINTING

1 Open a WordPad document, then


click on [Page Setup...] in the [File]
menu.
● The [Page Setup] screen appears.

2 Select the paper size and feeding


direction, then click on [OK].
● Set the [Size] field with the printing paper size.
● Set the [Source] field with the paper feeder
where the printing paper has been set. If no

PRINTING
particular feeder is to be specified, set with
“AutoSelect Tray”.

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3 Create text using WordPad.

4 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

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5 Set the [Name] field with the name
given to this new printer.

IMPORTANT:
● The [Name] displayed here is the name given at the time of installing the printer driver
or the name given to the icon of this printer in the Windows NT4.0 [Printers] folder.
● For printing in various ways (enlarged/reduced printing, duplexed printing, etc.), click on
[Properties] for the printer driver settings.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTING IN VARIOUS WAYS”.
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS”.

6 Click on the [OK] button.


● Printing begins.

7 The printed pages come out.


● Check the printout.

IMPORTANT:

PRINTING
If you can not print, see “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE
PERFORMED...”.

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CANCELING A PRINT JOB

1 Double-click on the printer icon


displayed in the Windows Task Bar.
● The printer window appears.

2 Select the document whose printing


is to be canceled.

3 Click on [Cancel Printing] in the


[Document] menu.
● The selected document is deleted, and printing
is canceled.

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PRINTING IN Macintosh
1 Create text
software.
using application

2 Click on [Print] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Click on [Print].
● The print data is sent to this machine, and then
the created text is printed.

Supplements:
● Customizing the settings in the [Print] screen allows enlarged/reduced printing, layout
printing, and so on.
● In "Printer Specific options" in the [Print] screen, the items specific to this machine can
be set. See "SETTING FOR PRINTING-PRINTER DRIVER SETTENGS (Macintosh)".

PRINTING

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SETTINGS FOR PRINTING

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS (Windows)
Displaying the Printer Properties
The printer can meet various printing factors by changing the Printer Properties settings.
There are two ways to display the Printer Properties. The tabs to be displayed vary depending
on which of the ways is used.

● Setting initial values of the Printer Properties through the Printers Folder:
• The following tabs are displayed:
General, Details, Sharing, Option, Paper, Margin, Output, Watermark, Print Quality, PDL,
Other
• The [General], [Details], and [Sharing] tabs are for settings related to Windows95/98/
NT4.0 and not displayed in Windows3.1.
• The [PDL] tab is displayed only when the PDL printer driver has been installed.

● Setting the Printer Property through the Print Dialog of each application:
• For printing through an application, you may change required items from the initial values.
The new settings there will be effective only in that application. When printing in any
other application, those settings will no longer be effective. Please note, however, even
the initial values are changed in some applications.
• For displaying the Printer Properties through an application, neither the [General],
[Details] nor [Sharing] tabs will be displayed.

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SETTING THE INITIAL VALUES FOR PRINTING
The settings here will be the initial values of settings for printing through applications:

1 Click on the [Start] button, point


[Settings] and click on [Printers].

2 Select the icon of this printer, and


select [Properties] from the [File]
menu.

3 The properties screen of the printer


appears.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTING THROUGH EACH APPLICATION
Let’s explain the procedure using “WordPad” for example. The procedure to display the properties varies
for each application. For further details, see the instructions for the application or see the HELP.

1 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

2 Click on [Properties].

3 The property screen of the printer


appears.

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PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS
SCREEN DETAILS

1
2

5 6 7 8

1Model Name and Driver Type


Displays the name of the machine model and the type of the printer driver in use.

2Item Tabs
The setting menu items of the printer driver are displayed as tabs. Clicking on a tab will display the setting contents
of the selected tab. The number of tabs displayed varies depending on the way to display the properties.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The following description covers the tabs exclusive for settings of this printer machine:
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

[Option] [Paper] [Margin] [Output] [Watermark] [Print Quality] [PDL] [Other]


● Other tabs displayed, such as [General] [Details] and [Sharing] are related to the functions
of Windows 95/98/NT4.0. For further details, see the instructions for Windows or the HELP.

3Setting Contents
Setting contents of each selected tab are displayed. For further details, see the instructions of each tab on the
following pages.

4Restore Defaults
Click on this to return the setting contents to the original setting at the time of shipping from the factory. This tab is
not provided in some tabs.

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5[OK]
Click on this to enter the input settings and complete the printer driver settings.

6[Cancel]
Click on this to cancel the input settings and complete the printer driver settings.

7[Apply]
Click on this to enter the input settings.

8[Help]
Click on this when you want to see the HELP texts for the printer driver.

SUPPLEMENT:
Some applications may require their own settings. Also, some settings may differ from
those in this printer driver. In such cases, please see the instructions for each
application.

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[Option] Tab
This tab allows to set whether optional devices for this printer are installed or not.

1
2
6
3
4

1Duplex Unit / Cassette


This sets whether or not Duplex Unit and Print Paper Cassette are installed.
NOTE: It is set with “Upper cassette1(Copier cassette 1)” when shipped from the factory.
● No Duplex unit / No cassette
Select this when neither the Duplex unit nor the Paper Cassette are installed.
● Upper cassette 1
Select the upper cassette 1 when the upper cassette is installed.
● Duplex Unit
Selects this when the Duplex Unit is installed.
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

SUPPLEMENT:
When the Duplex Unit is installed, paper can be turned over for copying on the front and
back sides (auto-duplexing copying function).

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2Pedestal
This sets whether or not the Paper Feed Units are installed.
NOTE: It is set with “Not Install” when shipped from the factory.
● Not Install
Select this when no optional Paper Feed Units are installed.
● Pedestal 1
Select this when the Pedestal 1 is installed.
● Pedestal 2
Select this when the Pedestal 2 is installed.
● Pedestal 3
Select this when the Pedestal 3 is installed.

3Large capacity Feeder


This sets whether or not the Large capacity Feeder is installed.
NOTE: It is set with “Not Install” when shipped from the factory.
● Not Install
Select this when no Large capacity Feeder is installed.
● 1500 sheet unit
Select this when the Unit of 1500 sheets is installed.
● 4000 sheet unit
Select this when the Unit of 4000 sheets is installed. (Not available for DP2570)

4Finisher
This sets whether or not the finisher is installed.
If the finisher is installed, printed pages can be sorted or stapled.
NOTE: It is set with “Not Install” when shipped from the factory.
● Not Install
Select this when no finisher is installed.
● Finisher
Select this when the finisher is installed.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● If Windows NT4.0 is used for OS of your computer, it is necessary to log on as
“Administrators” or “Power Users” to setup the “Duplex Unit/Cassette,” “Pedestal,”
“LCF,” and “Finisher.” Refer to the Windows NT Manual for log-on details.
● These items cannot be set when the driver properties are opened from an application.

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5Destination
This sets the destination of the printed paper.
NOTE: When shipped from the factory, it is set with “Tray” (when no finisher is installed) or “Auto Select” (when the
finisher is installed).
● Tray
Select this when no finisher is installed.
Printed paper is fed out to the Paper Receiving Tray attached to the body of the machine.
● Auto Select
Select this when the finisher is installed.
Printed paper is fed out to the pre-determined bin.
Printed paper is fed out to the 3rd bin (Lower Bin) on the DP2570, and to the 2nd bin (Middle Bin) on the DP3580.
● Tray 1
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No. 1 (upper tray).
● Tray 2
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No. 2 (middle tray).
● Tray 3
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No. 3 (lower tray).

6Optional Device Installed Status


The status of each optional device is indicated in the illustration.
The destination of the printed copy is indicated with blue paper when it is set with any others except default
destination.

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[Paper] Tab
This sets factors of paper for printing.
Setting items are on the paper size, number of copies, orientation for printing, order for printing,
and zoom ratio.

1
7 2

8
5

1Paper Size
This select the size of paper for printing.
NOTE: By the selection of the Main Paper Size System in installing the printer driver, the initial value is set. Selecting
the “A” System sets “A4” here, and selecting the “LT” system sets “LETTER” here, as the initial value.
● A3 ● LEDGER
● A4 ● LEGAL
● A5 ● LETTER
● B4 ● STATEMENT
● B5 ● COMPUTER
● FOLIO

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2Location
This selects the source for feeding paper.
NOTE: It is set to “Auto Select” when shipped from the factory.
● Auto Select
It automatically selects paper set in the printer according to the document size for feeding.
● Upper Cassette
Feeds paper from the Copier cassette 1 (upper row) attached to the machine body.
● Lower Cassette
Feeds paper from the Copier cassette 2 (lower row) attached to the machine body.
● Stack Feed Bypass
Feeds paper from the Manual Feed Tray attached to the machine body.
● Pedestal Upper Cassette
Feeds paper from the Pedestal stage 1 cassette (upper row) of the optional Paper Feed Unit.
● Pedestal Middle Cassette
Feeds paper from the Pedestal stage 2 cassette (middle row) of the optional Paper Feed Unit.
● Pedestal Lower Cassette
Feeds paper from the Pedestal stage 3 cassette (lower row) of the optional Paper Feed Unit.
● Large Capacity Feeder
Feeds paper from the optional Large-capacity Feeder.

SUPPLEMENT:
When printing with the Paper Source set to “Stack Feed Bypass,” the following screen
appears:

Set paper to the Manual Feed Tray in the portrait direction, then press on the [Start] button at PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR
the Control Panel of the Copier.
NOTE: If the check box is checked, this screen will not display this message again.

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3Number of Copies
This sets the number of printed copies.
You can set any integer in the range from 1 to 999.
NOTE: It is set with “1” when shipped from the factory.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● If you set the number of copies to any number from 2 to 999, you can select one output
way from Sort (1, 2, 3...1, 2, 3...) and Group (1, 1...2, 2...3, 3...). (See “Sort Mode”.)
● The attention message that indicates the number of copies cannot be set over 50
appears:
When Duplex printing and Group printing at Sort mode are set.
When Duplex printing is set and Sort mode is not set.

4Orientation
This sets the paper printing direction, to either “Portrait” or “Landscape.”
NOTE: It is set to “Portrait” when shipped from the factory.

5Printing Order
This sets the order of printing, to either Normal (printing from the first to last pages) or Reverse (printing from the last
to first pages).
NOTE: It is set to “Reverse” when shipped from the factory.
As the printed paper comes out with the printed side up, setting to “Reverse” will sort all the pages in the normal order
with the 1st page on top.

6Enlarge / Reduce Printing


Click on this for changing the size of the printed page image.
The [Enlarge / reduce printing] screen appears to allow setting the print size.
See [Enlarge / reduce printing] screen.
● This is not available when “Raster” is set for the Graphic mode in Print Quality with PCL-5e.

7Setting Confirmation Screen


The status of the printed page with the input settings is displayed as an illustration.

8Setting Confirmation List


The current settings of the printer driver is displayed.

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[Enlarge / reduce printing] Screen
This screen appears by clicking on the [Enlarge / reduce printing] in the [Paper] Tab.
You may change the magnification to print enlarged or reduced copies.

2
6
3
4

1Paper Size
Displays the paper size set for the [Paper Size] in the [Paper] tab.

2Actual Size
Select this for printing actual size.

3Output Paper Size


This sets the size of print paper.

4Zoom
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

This sets the zoom ratio of printing in a numeric value.


● When “High-speed (300dpi)” is set for Printing speed at Print Quality:
• Any integer from 25 to 400 (%) can be set for the print zoom ratio.
● When “Quality (600dpi)” is set for Printing speed at Print Quality:
• Any integer from 25 to 300 (%) can be set for the print zoom ratio.

5Information
Displays the printing status and information on zoom ratio.

6Setting Confirmation Screen


Displays the status of zoom settings as an illustration.
The pre-zoom status is displayed at the top, while the post-zoom status is displayed at the bottom.
(The display of the status is merely an image for comparison, it differs from the actual size.)

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Enlarge / Reduce Printing by Paper Size
Example: To print an LETTER size document into A3 size:

1 Display the [Enlarge


Printing] screen.
/ Reduce

2 Click on the check circle for Output


Paper Size setting.

3 Click on [▼] to display selective


items, then click on “A3.”
● In the Information field, “Enlarge printing, Zoom
138%” is displayed.
● The Setting Confirmation Screen is displayed as
in the figure on the right.

4 Click on on [OK].
● The settings are entered and the [Paper] tab is
displayed.

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Enlarge / Reduce Printing by Zoom
Example: To print a document into zoom ratio of 60%:

1 Display the [Enlarge / reduce printing]


screen.

2 Click on the check circle for Zoom


setting.

3 Click on [▲] or [▼] to set the zoom


ratio to “60%.” (Or, you may directly
input a required zoom rate in the list
box.)
● The illustration in the Setting Confirmation
Screen is displayed as in the figure on the right.

4 Click on [OK].
● The settings are entered and the [Paper] tab is
returned to be displayed.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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[Margin] Tab
This sets the gutter or margin space.

4 1

1Binding Margin
The gutter position is displayed.
NOTE: It is set with “none” when shipped from the factory.
● None
Select this when no gutter is to be set.
● Left
Select this when the gutter is set on the left side.
● Right
Select this when the gutter is set on the right side.
● Top
Select this when the gutter is set on the top side.

2Width of a Binding Margin


This sets the gutter width in millimeters or inches.
For setting in millimeters, select “mm” and set a value in the range from 10.0 to 50.8 mm in units of 0.1 mm.
For setting in inches, select “inch” and set a value in the from 0.39 to 2.00 inches in units of 0.01 inch.
NOTE: It is set with 10.0 mm (0.39 inch) when shipped from the factory.

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3Paper Margin
This sets the top, bottom, left, and right margins in millimeters or inches.
For setting in millimeters, select “mm” and set a value in the range from 3.3 to 25.4 mm in units of 0.1 mm.
For setting in inches, select “inch” and set a value in the range from 0.13 to 1.00 inch in units of 0.01 inch.
NOTE: It is set with 5.0 mm (0.20 inch) when shipped from the factory.

4Setting Confirmation Screen


The status of printing with the input settings is displayed as an illustration.

5Setting Confirmation List


The current settings of the printer driver are displayed.

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[Output] Tab
This sets Sorting, Stapling, Duplex printing, Layout printing (printing multiple pages on one
sheet), and special printing.

6 3

4
1Sort Mode
This sets sort printing and stapling.
For sort printing, check the check box, then click on the illustration for your requirement.
The illustration for stapling is displayed to allow setting only when the optional Finisher is installed.

●Sort
Select this for sort-printing only (1, 2, 3...1, 2, 3...).

●Group
Select this for group-printing (1, 1, 1...2, 2, 2...i.e., to print copies of the same pages as a group).

●Sort + Staple 1 (available only when the Finisher is installed)


Select this for sort-printing and stapling 1 (to staple at 1 position of the upper left).

●Sort + Staple 2 (available only when the Finisher is installed)


Select this for sort-printing and stapling 2 (to staple at 2 positions on the left side).

●Sort + Staple R (available only when the Finisher is installed)


Select this for sort-printing and stapling R (to staple at 1 position of lower left).

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SUPPLEMENTS:
●Stapling Positions

1 1Orientation = “Portrait” and Layout printing = “Do not carry out”, “4in1”, “9in1”, “16in1”
2Orientation = “Landscape” and Layout printing = “2in1”, “6in1”
3Paper size of Enlarge/reduce printing

Paper size Sort + Staple 1 Paper size Sort + Staple 2 Paper size Sort + Staple R

A4 A4 A4-R
B5 B5 LG
LT LT LT-R
FOLIO

(A3)
(B4)
(LD)
A3 (COMPUTER)
B4 A3
LD B4 Paper size in () is
LG LD applicable only
FOLIO COMPUTER for DP3580.
COMPUTER

2 1Orientation = “Landscape” and Layout printing = “Do not carry out”, “4in1”, “9in1”, “16in1”
2Orientation = “Portrait” and Layout printing = “2in1”, “6in1”
3Paper size of Enlarge/reduce printing

Paper size Sort + Staple 1 Paper size Sort + Staple 2 Paper size Sort + Staple R
A4-R
A4 A4 LG
B5 B5 LT-R
LT LT FOLIO PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR
(A3)
(B4)
A3 (LD)
B4 A3 (COMPUTER)
LD B4
LG LD Paper size in () is
FOLIO COMPUTER applicable only
COMPUTER for DP3580.

● When Paper size is A4 or LT and Sort + Staple 1 or Sort + Staple R is set, the staple
location will be different from the Confirmation screen depending on the orientation of
paper set on a feeder.
● When it cannot be stapled because of paper size or any other conditions, the printouts
come out without stapling.
● Set the stapling as confirming the setting of the Binding Margin at the [Margin] tab.
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When the Staple in Sort mode is set, following messages may be displayed.

1 When the paper size is set with any other sizes except A4 and LETTER, and
Staple R with Sort mode or Staple 1/2 is selected:
● When the printer is DP2570:

● When the printer is DP3580 with Output Paper System “LT”:

● When the printer is DP3580 with Output Paper System “A”:

2 When the paper size is set with LETTER or A4, and Staple R with Sort mode is
selected:
● When the printer is DP2570:

● When the printer is DP3580:

3 When following conditions are set for printing:


● When the Duplex printing is set and the Sort mode is not set:
● When the Duplex printing and Group printing in Sort mode are set:

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2Duplex Printing (available only when the ADU unit is installed)
This sets duplex printing (printing on both sides of paper) and the way of binding duplex-printed pages
For duplex printing, check the check box, then click on whichever way of binding.
Duplex printing can be set only when the ADU (Auto Duplexer Unit) is installed.
NOTE: It is set with “Do not carry out” (non-check in the check box) when shipped from the factory.
● Book
Select this to bind along the vertical side of paper.
Book: Binds paper in the vertical way for the binded paper to be opened.
● Tablet
Select this to bind along the horizontal side of paper.
Tablet: Binds paper in the horizontal way for the binded paper to be opened.

3Layout printing (not available when enlarge/reduce printing is selected and/or Raster is set for Graphics at Print Quality tab of PCL-5e.)
This sets Layout printing (to print multiple page images size-reduced on one page).
For N in 1 printing, check the check box, then click on whichever illustration desired.
NOTE: It is set with “Nothing: Do not carry out” when shipped from the factory.
● 2 in 1 right order
Print images of 2 pages are placed in the forward sequence on one page.
● 2 in 1 reverse (only available for PCL-5e, and for PDL)
Print images of 2 pages are placed in the backward sequence on one page.
● 4 in 1 right order landscape
Print images of 4 pages are placed in the forward and horizontal sequence on one page.
● 4 in 1 right order portrait (only available for PCL-5e, and for PDL)
Print images of 4 pages are placed in the forward and vertical sequence on one page.
● 4 in 1 reverse landscape (only available for PCL-5e, and for PDL)
Print images of 4 pages are placed in the backward and horizontal sequence on one page.
● 4 in 1 reverse portrait (only available for PCL-5e, and for PDL)
Print images of 4 pages are placed in the backward and vertical sequence on one page.
● 6 in 1
Print images of 6 pages are placed on one page.
● 9 in 1 PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR
Print images of 9 pages are placed on one page.
● 16 in 1
Print images of 16 pages are placed on one page.

NOTE:
When the Layout printing is set, the Enlarge/Reduce Printing is not available.

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SUPPLEMENTS:
Placing Sequence of Layout Printing:
The placing sequence (layout) on the page differs depending on the “Orientation” setting
in the [Paper] Tab (see “Orientation”).
●When the “Orientation” is set to “Portrait”:

1 2 1 3 2 1 3 1
1 2 2 1
3 4 2 4 4 3 4 2

2 in 1 right order 2 in 1 reverse 4 in 1 right order landscape 4 in 1 right order portrait 4 in 1 reverse landscape 4 in 1 reverse portrait

6 in 1 9 in 1 16 in 1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3
1 2 3 5 6 7 8
4 5 6
9 10 11 12
4 5 6
7 8 9 13 14 15 16

●When the “Orientation” is set to “Landscape”:

1 2
1 2 1 3 2 1 3 1

3 4 2 4 4 3 4 2
2 1

2 in 1 right order 2 in 1 reverse 4 in 1 right order landscape 4 in 1 right order portrait 4 in 1 reverse landscape 4 in 1 reverse portrait
6 in 1 9 in 1 16 in 1

1 2 1 2 3 4
1 2 3
5 6 7 8
3 4 4 5 6
9 10 11 12
7 8 9 13 14 15 16
5 6

4[Special Printing] (available for PDL driver only)


Click on on this button for printing using special effects such as document data rotation, mirror image, and negative
image printing.
The [Special Printing] screen appears to allow special effect settings.
See the [Special Printing] screen.

5Setting Confirmation Screen


Displays the status of printing with the input settings as an illustration.

6Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

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[Special Printing] Screen
This screen appears by clicking on [Special Printing] button in the [Output] tab.
It allows to set document data Rotation, Mirror Image, Negative Image Printing.

5
3

1Rotation Printing (for PDL driver only)


This prints the document data after being rotated.
Click on the item of the desired angle. The rotation occurs in the clockwise direction.
NOTE: It is set with “0 degree” when shipped from the factory.
● 0 degree
● 180 degrees

SUPPLEMENTS:
● Any parts exceeding from the printable range as a result of rotation print will not be
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

printed.
● The Rotation Printing is available only when the Orientation is set as “Landscape” at
the Paper tab.

2Mirror Image Printing (for PDL driver only)


This prints a mirror image of the document data (inverting left and right).
For printing a mirror image, click on “Mirror.”
NOTE: It is set to “Normal” when shipped from the factory.

3Negative Image Printing (for PDL driver only)


This prints a negative image of the document.
For printing a negative image, click on “Negative.”
NOTE: It is set with “Positive” when shipped from the factory.

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4Setting Confirmation Screen
Displays the status of printing with the input settings as an illustration.

5Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

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[Watermark] Tab
This sets a Watermark printed over documents to be printed through applications.
A maximum of 30 different Watermarks may be entered as watermark files.
■When using PDL (Windows 3.1) and PCL-XL (Windows 3.1, 95, 98) drivers

1
3
6
4
2

7 5

■When using PCL-5e and PDL (Windows 95, 98, NT4.0) driver

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1Watermark
This sets Watermarks to be used or edited.
For using a Watermark only on the first page, check the check box.
NOTE: It is set with “Nothing” when shipped from the factory.
● Noting
Select this for not using any Watermark.
● COPY ● Final
● Company Confidential ● Preliminary
● Confidential ● For Internal Use Only
● Company Private ● Proof
● Company Proprietary ● Sample
● Draft ● Review Copy
● Copyright ● Top Secret
● File Copy ● Urgent

2[New] (not available for PCL-XL drivers for Windows NT4.0)


Click on this for creating a new Watermark.

3[Edit] (not available for PCL-XL drivers for Windows NT4.0)


Click on this for editing a Watermark.
Click on it only when a Watermark to be edited has been selected.

4[Delete] (not available for PCL-XL drivers for Windows NT4.0)


Click on this for deleting the selected Watermark.

5Watermark detail screen


Settings here become possible on clicking on the [New] or [Edit] button.
Details on Watermarks are set here.
See “The screen of Registration and Edit” on page 139.

6Setting Confirmation Screen


Displays the status of printing with the input settings as an illustration.

7Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

NOTES:
● If the default Watermarks are deleted or edited, they cannot be restored.
● The Watermark is set to “nothing” by clicking on [Restore Defaults].
The Watermark deleted and edited cannot be restored to the default settings by the
[Restore Defaults] button.

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The Screen of Registration and Edit (Watermark Entry/Edit Screen)
■When using PDL (Windows 3.1) and PCL-XL (Windows 3.1, 95, 98) drivers

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

■When using PCL-5e and PDL (Windows 95, 98, NT4.0) driver

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1Text
Inputs and displays the name of the Watermark to be created newly or edited.

2Fonts
This sets the font for the Watermark to be created newly or edited.

3Size
This sets the font size for the Watermark to be created newly or edited.
The size value can be set in the range of 8 to 400 pt in units of 1 pt.
Each font can further be set with its font style of Bold and Italic.
NOTE: It is set with “72 pt” when shipped from the factory.

4Darkness
This sets shading of the Watermark to be created newly or edited.
■When operating PDL (Windows 3.1) and PCL-XL (Windows 3.1, 95, 98) drivers
NOTE: It is set with “Light Gray” when shipped form the factory.
● Light Gray
● Medium Light Gray
● Gray
● Medium Dark Gray
● Dark Gray
● Black
■When operating PCL-5e and PDL (Windows 95, 98, NT4.0) drivers
NOTE: It is set with “50” when shipped from the factry.
0~100

5Appearance
■When operating PDL (Windows 3.1) and PCL-XL (Windows 3.1, 95, 98) drivers
NOTE: It is set with “Horizontal” when shipped from the factory.
● Diagonal
This prints the Watermark from the lower left to the upper right.
● Horizontal
This prints the Watermark horizontally from the left to the right.
■When operating PCL-5e and PDL (Windows 95, 98, NT4.0) drivers
NOTE: It is set with “0 degree” when shipped from the factry.
-90 degrees ~ +90 degrees

6[Save]
Click on this to enter a new Watermark or to enter edited Watermark settings.

7[Cancel]
Click on this for canceling a procedure of a new Watermark registration or editing.

NOTE:
The Registration and Edit are not available for PDL and PCL-XL drivers for Windows NT4.0.

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[Print Quality] Tab
This sets factors related to the printing quality.
Settings are on the printing speed, grayscale, graphic mode, bitmap compression, Font
Manager starting, and TrueType fonts.
The screen to appear differs depending on the driver. The following shows description for each
driver.

For the PDL Driver:

2
3
4

7
5
6

1Gray Scale
This sets the way to express colors for printing pictures or photos.
NOTE: It is set with “User Printer Settings” when shipped from the factory.
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SETTINGS FOR

● Use Printer Settings


This sets grayscale as the standard value.
● Use Settings Below
This sets the number of grayscale screen lines and angle.
The number of screen lines can be set in the range from 1 to 999 in units of 1 line.
The angle can be set in the range from 0.0° to 360.0° in units of 0.1°.

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2Printing Speed
This sets the speed and resolution for printing.
The higher the resolution is set, the higher the print resolution becomes. But it will require a longer time to print.
NOTE: It is set with “High-Speed (300 dpi)” when shipped from the factory.
● High-Speed (300 dpi)
Select this for printing in a high speed with the resolution of 300 dpi.
● Quality (600 dpi)
Select this for printing in high quality with the resolution of 600 dpi.

3Bitmap compression
This compresses transfers bitmaps. When compressed, the transfer time may be shortened.
NOTE: It is set with “Yes” when shipped from the factory.
● Yes
Select this for compressing bitmaps.
● No
Select this for not compressing bitmaps.

4TrueType Options
This sets TrueType fonts to be used for printing.
NOTE: It is set with “Use Font substitution table” when shipped from the factory.
● Always use Printer Fonts (Not available to Windows NT)
Select this for replacing all the TrueType fonts with the printer fonts for printing.
It will shorten the printing time but there may be differences between screen images and print results.
● Always use TrueType Fonts
Select this for turning all the TrueType fonts into images for printing.
Screen images match the print results, but it will take too much time to print.
● Use Font substitution table
Select this for replacing some TrueType fonts with printer fonts using the substitution table (Replacing Table).

5[Edit Font Substitution table]


Click on this for replacing TrueType fonts with printer fonts.
The Replacing Table appears.
See “Substitution table edit”.

6[Run Font Manager]


Click on this for starting the Font Manager.

7Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

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Substitution table edit
This table appears by clicking on [Edit Font Substitution Table] in the [Print Quality] Tab.
For printing with TrueType fonts, designate which printer fonts of all the internal fonts of this
printer will replace the corresponding TrueType fonts.

2
3

1Font Substitution table


Displays the current status of the substitution table.
Select a TrueType font to be replaced, and the printer font to be replaced is displayed on the right.

2Printer font for:


The TrueType font selected in the Replacing Table above is displayed.

3Substituted Printer font


Select the substituted printer font or the sending type for the True Type font to be subsitituted.
● When using Windows 3.1, Windows 95 and Windows 98:
You may select a desired font of all the Internal Fonts , Send as Bitmaps, or Send as Outlines. When “Send as
Bitmaps” is designated, the font data will be sent in the bitmap format. When “Send as Outlines” is designated, the
font data will be sent in the outline format.
● When using Windows NT 4.0:
You may select a desired font of all the Internal Fonts or Download as Soft Fonts. PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

SUPPLEMENT:
●Initial Values in TrueType Fonts and Printer Fonts Substitution Table

TrueType Font Internal Fonts


Arial Swiss 721 SWA
Arial Narrow Swiss 721 Narrow SWA
Book Antiqua Zapf Calligraphic 801 SWA
Bookman Old Style ITC Bookman SWA
Century Gothic ITC Avant Garde SWA
Century Schoolbook Century Shoolbok SWA
Courier New Courier SWA
Monotype Corsiva ITC Zapf Chancery SWA
Monotype Sorts ITC Zapf Dingbats SWA
Symbol Symbol Set SWA
Times New Roman Dutch 801 SWA
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Operating the Substitution Table:
Example: To Substitute the TrueType font of “Arial Black” with “Swiss 721SWA”:

1 Display the [Font Substitution Table]


screen.

2 Click on “Arial Black” displayed in


the Substitution Table.
● The printer font (Send as Outlines) currently set
as the printer font for replacement appears.

3 Click on [▼] on the right to the fonts


for Substitution, and select “Swiss
721 SWA.”
● The TrueType font “Arial Black is replaced with
“Swiss 721 SWA..”

4 Click on [OK].
● The setting is entered and the [Print Quality] Tab
is returned to be displayed.

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For the PCL-5e Driver:

6 1

7
4

1Gray scale
This sets the way of expressing colors for printing pictures or photos.
NOTE: It is set with “None” when shipped from the factory.
● None
Select this for printing others than pictures and photos are to be printed.
● Coarse
Select this for printing documents such as drawings with clear border lines between white, black, and gray shades.
● Fine
Select this for printing documents such as drawings with fine dots or lines.
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2Printing Speed
This sets the speed and resolution for printing.
The higher the resolution is set, the higher the print resolution becomes. But it will require a longer time to print.
NOTE: It is set with “High-Speed (300 dpi)” when shipped from the factory.
● High-Speed (300 dpi)
Select this for printing in a high speed with the resolution of 300 dpi.
● Quality (600 dpi)
Select this for printing in high quality with the resolution of 600 dpi.

3Graphics
This designates which configuration is used for sending the graphics information to the printer.
NOTE: It is set with “HPGL/2” when shipped from the factory.
● Raster
This prints all the graphics as raster images.
• This cannot be set when “Layout printing” is set at [Output] tab.
● HPGL/2
This prints some geometrical patterns faster.

4TrueType Options
This sets TrueType fonts to be used for printing.
NOTE: It is set with “Download as TrueType” when shipped from the factory.
● Download as TrueType
TrueType fonts are downloaded as software fonts, which makes the print speed faster.
● Download as Bit Image
Select this for printing with all TrueType fonts turning into images, which makes the print speed slower.

5Run Font Manager


Click on this for starting the Font Manager.

6Setting Confirmation Screen


Displays the status of printing with the input settings as an illustration.

7Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

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For the PCL-XL driver:

2
5
3

1Gray scale
This sets the way to express colors for printing pictures and photos.
NOTE: It is set with “Normal” when shipped from the factory.
● Normal
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SETTINGS FOR
Select this for printing normal pictures or photos.
● Lineart
Select this for printing pictures with clear borders between white, black, and gray shades.

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2Printing Speed
This sets the speed and resolution for printing.
The higher the resolution is set, the higher the print resolution becomes. But it will require a longer time to print.
NOTE: It is set with “High-Speed 300 dpi” when shipped from the factory.
● High-Speed (300 dpi)
Select this for printing in a high speed with the resolution of 300 dpi.
● Quality (600 dpi)
Select this for printing in high quality with the resolution of 600 dpi.

3Run Font Manager


Click on this for starting the Font Manager.

4Setting Confirmation Screen


Displays the status of printing with the input settings as an illustration.

5Setting Confirmation List


Displays the current settings of the printer driver.

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[PDL] Tab (for the PDL Driver only)

This appears only when the PDL driver is installed, to allow PDL settings.

1Print PDL Information


This sets whether or not PDL error information is printed, if any, on completion of printing.
To print it, check the check box.
NOTE: It is checked on when shipped from the factory.

2Job Timeout
This sets the limit time for sending a print job from the computer to the printer.
On exceeding the set time limit, printing is canceled (i.e., Job Timeout).
The Job Time value may be set in the range from 1 to 999 (seconds) in units of 1 second.
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

If the Job Time is set to 0 (zero), no canceling of printing (Job Timeout) will occur.
NOTES:
• It is set with “0” when shipped from the factory.
• Do not set with “0” when the printer is used in the network connection.

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3Output to
This selects the PDL file output type.
NOTES:
• It is set with “Printer” when shipped from the factory.
• It cannot be changed and set with “Printer” when using Windows NT.
● Printer
This outputs data to the printer, which will perform printing.
● Encapslated PDL file
This does not output data to the printer but the data is stored as a file. The stored file can be used by DTP application.

4Include Headerpage With Each Job


This sets whether or not the header information is sent to the printer every time a document is printed.
To send, check the check box.
NOTE: It is checked on when shipped from the factory.

SUPPLEMENT:
When this printer is directly connected with your computer, the print time can be
shortened by setting to send the header information only once. On the contrary, by
setting to send the header information for every job, the printer can cope with almost all
types of printing. Therefore, for using this printer to be connected to a network, we
recommend to set the status for sending the header information for every printing job.

5Send Now
Click on this for sending the header information immediately. This is available only for Windows 3.1.

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[Other] Tab
Displays the entered Group Numbers, User’s Name, and information on the version.

1 3
2

1Group Number
Displays the Group Number entered at the time of installing the printer driver.

2User Name
Displays the User’s Name entered at the time of installing the printer driver.

3Registration
The Confirmation screen appears by clicking on this after setting Group number and User name. This button
disappears when the Group number and the User name have already been set at the installation of the driver.

4Version Information
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

Click on this to display information on the version. The version information screen as below appears.

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PRINTER DRIVERS SETTINGS (Macintosh)
[Print] screen is shown when [Print] is selected from the [File] menu.
Customizing the settings in the [Print] screen allows enlarged/reduced printing, layout printing,
and so on. This section describes “Printer Specific Options”, where the items specific to this
machine can be set.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The other settings of the driver should be performed in the LaserWriter setup. For
further information on settings, please see the Macintosh manual or Help.
● For further information on sorting and stapling, please see “PRINTER DRIVER
SETTINGS (Windows)” in “PRINTER DRIVER SETTING”.

1Location
This selects the source for feeding paper.
● Auto Select
It automatically selects paper set in the printer according to the document size for feeding.
● Upper Cassette
Feeds paper from the Copier cassette 1 (upper row) attached to the machine body.
●Lower Cassette
Feeds paper from the Copier cassette 2 (lower row) attached to the machine body.
●Stack Feed Bypass
Feedsd paper from the Manual Feed Tray attached to the machine body.
●Pedestal Upper Cassette
Feeds paper from the Pedestal stage 1 cassette (upper row) of the optional Paper Feed Unit.
●Pedesta middle Cassete
Feeds paper from the Pedestal stage 2 cassette (lower row) of the optional Paper Feed Unit.
●Large Capacity Feeder
Feeds paper from the optional Large-Capacity Feeder.

NOTE:
When shipped from the factory, it is set with “Tray” (when no Finisher is installed) or “Auto
select” (when the finisher is installed).

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2Destination
This sets the destination of the printed paper.
● Auto Select or Tray
When no Finisher is installed, “Tray” is set for the Destination.
Printed paper is fed out to the Paper receiving Tray attached to the body of the machine.
When the Finisher is installed, “Auto Select” is set for the Destination.
Printed paper is fed out to the pre-determined bin.
Printed paper is fed out to the 3rd bin (Lower Bin) on the DP2570, and to the 2nd bin (Middle Bin) on the DP3580.
● Tray 1 (Available only when the Finisher is installed)
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No.1 (upper tray).
● Tray 2 (Available only when the Finisher is installed)
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No.2 (middle tray).
● Tray 3 (Available only when the Finisher is installed)
Select this for feeding the printed paper out to the Tray No.3 (lower tray).

3Printing Order
This sets the order of printing.
● Normal
A text created in application software is printed from the first to the last pages.
● Reverse (Default)
It is set with “Reverse (Default)” when shipped from the factory.
A text created in application software is printed from the last to the first pages.
As the printed paper comes out with the printed side up, setting to “Reverse” will sort all the pages in the normal order
from the first page on top.

4Sort Mode
This sets sorting and stapling.
● None
Printed papers are ejected without being sorted.
●Sort
“Sort” is selected as default setting.
Select this for sort-printing only (1,2,3..., 1,2,3...).
●Sort + Staple 1 (available only when the Finisher is installed)
Select this for sort-printing and stapling 1 (to staple at 1 position of the upper left).
●Sort + Staple 2 (available only when the Finisher is installed)
Select this for sort-printing and stapling 2 (to staple at 2 positions on the left side).
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SETTINGS FOR

●Sort + Staple R (available only when the Finisher is installed)


Select this for sort-printing and stapling R (to staple at 1 position of the lower left).

5Printing Speed
This sets the speed and resoulution for printing.
The higher the resolution is set with “High-Speed (300 dpi)” when shipped from the factory.
● High-Speed (300 dpi)
Select this for printing in a high speed withi the resolution of 300 dpi.
● Quality (600 dpi)
Select thiis for printing in high quality with the resolution of 600 dipi.

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REGISTER USER INFORMATION
Register the User Information only when the printer driver was installed by "Add Printer" or the
exclusive installer was not used for installing.

1 Select the Group Number from 1 to


20.
● Please ask an administrator for which number
should be selected.

2 Enter the User Name.


* The 32 numeric characters and alphabets can
be entered.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The printer has a function to count the printing number of copies for each Group
number. The administrator can confirm the printing number of copies at TopAccess.
● The following characters can be entered for User name.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789

3 Click on [Registration].
● The [Input information] screen appears.

4 Click on [OK].

SUPPLEMENTS:
Group number and User name can be set when:
● These are not set at the installation of a driver.
● Group number is “0” and User name is left blank.

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SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL
You can set printer’s functions through the Control Panel of the Copier.

DISPLAYING THE PRINTER FUNCTION MENU

1 Press the [PRINTER/NETWORK]


button on the Control Panel of the
machine body.
● The Printer Function Menu appears on the
Message Display Panel.

SCREEN DETAILS

1Message Area
Displays the activating status of the machine or displays error messages. PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

2Printer Function Buttons


Displays the buttons of the printer function setting menu ([JOB LIST], [ON/OFF], [SETTING], [UTILITY]).
When a button is selected, it turns highlighted, and the operating screen for the button appears in the Field Area.
For the setting contents, see the description of each screen.

3Field Area
Displays the operating screen of each selected function button.

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[JOB LIST] Screen
This displays the status of the print jobs spooled in this printer, and allows deletion of print jobs.

2 3

1 5

6 7

9 8
1User
Displays the User’s Name of the print job in a maximum of 8 alphanumeric characters.

2Time
Displays the time when the print job was received.

3Paper
Displays the size of the printing paper.

4Page
Displays the number of pages of the print job.

5Status
Displays the status of each print job in one of the three following types:
● Printing
Indicates that the print job is now being performed on the printer.
● Waiting
Indicates that the print job is spooled and is waiting for its turn for printing.
● Paused
Indicates that the print job is pausing for some reason.

6[DELETE] Button
This button is used to delete a print job.
See “Deleting a Print Job”.
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7[Prev] Button
This button is used to switch the job list screen to the previous page.

8[Next] Button
This button is used to switch the job list screen to the next page.

9Current displayed page/Number of all pages


Displays the number of pages currently displayed (1 to 20) and the number of all pages (1 to 20).

Deleting a Print Job

1 Select a print job to be deleted, to


highlight it.
● The [DELETE] button appears.

2 Press the [DELETE] button.


● The Deletion Confirmation screen appears.

3 Press the [Delete] button.


● The selected job is deleted.
To cancel the deletion, press the [Cancel]
button.

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[ON/OFF] Screen
This is used to alternate the connection status ON/OFF between this printer and the computer.

1 2

1[On Line] Button


This button is pressed for turning the connection into online status between this printer and the computer.
When online, the button is shaded, and the printer is ready to accept print requests from the computer.
While in the online condition, only the printer function buttons of [JOB LIST] and [ON/OFF] are displayed.

2[Off Line] Button


This button is pressed for turning the connection into offline status between this printer and the computer.
When offline, the button is shaded, and the printer will not accept any print requests from the computer.
While in the offline condition, the printer function buttons of [JOB LIST], [ON/OFF], [SETTING], and [UTILITY] are
displayed.

SUPPLEMENT:
If printing cannot be performed due to a paper jam, etc. on the printer machine side, the
connection status will automatically turn from online to offline. At this time, pressing the
[On Line] button cannot turn the connection into online.

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[SETTING] Screen
This screen allows Emulation Mode setting and IP Address setting.

1 4

1[Emulation] Button
Press this button for Emulation Mode setting, and the Emulation Setting screen appears.
See “Emulation Setting”.
The Emulation Mode currently set is displayed on this button.

2[IP Address] Button


Press this button for IP Address setting, and the IP Address Setting screen appears.
See “IP Address Setting”.
The IP Address currently set is displayed on this button.

3[Subnet Mask] Button PRINTING


SETTINGS FOR
Press this button for Subnet Mask setting, and the Subnet Mask Setting screen appears.
See “IP Address Setting”.
The Subnet Mask currently set is displayed on this button.

4[Gateway] Button
Press this button for Gateway address setting, and the Gateway Address Setting screen appears.
See “IP Address Setting”.

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Emulation Setting

1 Press the [Emulation] button.


● The Emulation Setting screen appears.

2 Select an Emulation Mode.


● Auto (PDL, PCL)
● PDL
● PCL
● HEX Dump

● The selected Emulation Mode is shaded in the


display.

3 Press the [SET] button.


● The selected Emulation Mode is set.
● To cancel setting, press the [CANCEL] button.

SUPPLEMENT:
If there is any hardware reset request from the Control Panel or TopAccess, the [SET]
button disappears from the display.

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IP Address Setting
Assigning the IP Address for this machine. Follow the same procedure to assign the Subnet
Mask and the Gateway Address.

1 Press the [IP Address] button.


● The IP Address Setting screen appears.

2 Use the [,] or [/] keys to highlight


the desired division, then input a
required address value through the
numeric keys.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● The IP Address cannot be set to “0. 0. 0. 0”.
● The Subnet Mask cannot be set to “255.255.255.255” and “0.0.0.0”.
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

3 Press the [SET] button.


● The set IP Address is entered.
● To cancel the setting, press the [CANCEL]
button.

SUPPLEMENTS:
● If there is any hardware reset request from the Control Panel or TopAccess, the [SET]
button disappears from the display.
● If IP Address is set, turn OFF then ON the power of the printer machine or perform a
“Reset”. The set IP Address will be effective after re-starting the printer.

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[UTILITY] Screen
This screen allows to perform test printing (Setting List, PDL Test, PCL Test, Font List, Print
History) and perform a hardware reset of this printer.

1 2

1[Test Printing] Button


Press this button when you want to print a Setting List, PDL Test, PCL Test, Job List, or Fonts List. Then the [Test
Printing] screen appears.
See “Performing a Test Print”.

2[Function] Button
Press this button when you want to perform a forced deletion of a job or perform a hardware reset. Then the Function
screen appears.
See “Activating Special Functions” .

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Performing a Test Print

1 Press the [Test Printing] button.


● The Test Printing screen appears.

2 Select desired items for test printing:


● Setting List
Prints the option components, network
configuration, PDL settings, and PCL settings.
● PDL Test
Prints out a sample of the PDL document.
● PCL Test
Prints out a sample of the PCL document.
● Job List
Prints the User Name, Group, Document Name,
Date, Time, Paper Size, Pages, and Status for
the last 100 print jobs.
● Fonts List
Prints a list of the internal fonts.
● To cancel the test print, press the [CANCEL]
button.

3 A test print begins.


PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

SUPPLEMENT:
The Test Print is controlled as one of Print Jobs. If there are already other Print Jobs
lined up, the Test Print will be performed after processing all such Print Jobs.

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Activating Special Functions

1 Press the [Function] button.


● The Function screen appears.

2 Select a Special Function.


● Force-Print
This enforces to print the print job being
received.
● Force-Delete
This enforces to delete the print job being
received.

NOTE:
The Force-Print and Force-Delete are applied to the job being received through the
network or the parallel interface. However, they cannot be applied to any print job
already spooled in the printer. (To delete any of those jobs spooled in the printer, see
“Deleting a Print Job”.)
When Force-Print has been operated, the print contents of the print jobs that follow the
job applied to the Force-Delete are not guaranteed.

● Reset
This performs a hardware reset on the printer
function only while the power of the machine is
kept ON.

SUPPLEMENT:
Even during a reset of the printer function, the copier function (and the optional FAX
function) can be used normally.

● To cancel the setting, press the [CANCEL]


button.

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3 The selected item is highlighted, and
the verification screen appears.

4 Press the [Execute] button.


● The selected Special Function will be performed.
To cancel the selection, press the [Cancel]
button.

SUPPLEMENT:
If there is any hardware reset request from the Control Panel or TopAccess, the [Execute]
button disappears from the display.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTING IN VARIOUS WAYS
You can print to make various forms by setting the printer driver.

Printing in Various Ways Page


Printing Multiple Copies of a Document 174
Enlarging/Reducing a Document for Printing 177
Selecting the Paper Source for Printing 185
Sorting or Stapling the Printed Pages 188
Printing on Both Sides of Paper 194
Printing With Paper Orientation Designated 198
Printing With the Printing Sequence Changed 200
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet 202

PRINTING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A DOCUMENT


You can print multiple copies of a document in one operation sequence. A maximum of 999
copies may be set for printing.

NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example below.

1 Create a
WordPad.
text document using

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

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3 In the [Name] list, select the printer
name given to this printer so that it
may be displayed in the printer list
box window, then click on
[Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.
● Check off for the [Collate] if it is checked on the
Print screen.

4 Click on the [Paper] tab.


● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on [▲] or [▼] at the 1 [Number


of Copies] item in screen figure on
the right, to select the desired copy
quantity. (See “Number of Copies” 1
on page 124.) Or, you may directly
input in the copy quantity list box a
desired number as the copy quantity.
● The value of the copy quantity may be in the
range from 1 to 999 in units of 1 copy.

6 Click on [OK].
● The [Print...] screen of the application is returned
to be displayed.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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7 Click on [OK].
● Printing beings.

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ENLARGING/REDUCING A DOCUMENT FOR PRINTING
You can enlarge or reduce a document for printing.
Two ways to enlarge/reduce a document are provided - by designating the paper size for
printing and by designating the reproduction ratio.

●Designating the Paper Size:

The document image is enlarged or reduced according to the recording paper size.

●Designating the Zoom Ratio:

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

The document image is enlarged or reduced without changing the recording paper size.

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SUPPLEMENT:
Relationship Between Paper Sizes and Reproduction Ratios

LETTER
Output Size

STATEMENT
LEDGER

COMPUTER
LEGAL

FOLIO
A3 A4 A5 B4 B5
Document
Size
A3 100 70 49 86 60 93 72 66 46 84 70
A4 141 100 70 122 86 133 102 93 65 119 100
A5 200 141 100 173 122 188 145 133 94 169 141
B4 115 81 56 100 70 108 83 76 53 97 81
B5 163 115 81 141 100 153 118 108 76 138 115
LEDGER 97 68 48 84 59 100 77 64 49 82 74
LEGAL 118 83 58 102 71 121 100 78 60 100 92
LETTER 137 97 68 119 84 129 100 100 64 119 97
STATEMENT 194 137 97 168 119 200 154 129 100 164 150
COMPUTER 115 81 56 99 70 108 83 78 53 100 81
FOLIO 127 89 63 110 77 130 102 84 64 107 100
Unit : %

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NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example:

Designating the Paper Size for Enlargement/Reduction Printing:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

window, then click on [Properties].


● The [Properties] screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.
1

5 Click on [▼] at 1 [Paper Size] item


shown in the screen figure, to select
the document size of the created text.

6 Click on [Enlarge/reduce printing].


● The Enlarge/reduce printing screen appears.
2

7 Select 2 [Output Paper Size] shown


in the screen figure, then click on [▼]
to select a desired printing paper
size. (See “[Paper] tab-Enlarge/reduce
printing”.)
● At 3 [Information] in the screen figure, the
enlargement/reduction information is displayed.

3
8 Click on [OK].
● The [Paper] tab screen in the Properties is
returned to be displayed.

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9 Click on [OK].
● The [Print...] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

10 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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Designating the Zoom Raito for Enlargement or Reduction Printing:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] Menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The [Properties] screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.
1

5 Click on [▼] at 1 [Paper Size] in the


screen figure, to select the document
size of the created text.

6 Click on [Enlarge/reduce printing].


● The Enlarge/reduce printing screen appears.

7 Select 2 [Zoom] in the screen figure,


then click on [▲] or [▼] to set a
desired zoom ratio. (See “[Paper]
tab-Enlarge/ reduce printing”.) (Or,
you may directly input a zoom ratio in
2
the list box.)
● The zoom ratio value may be set in the range
from 25 to 400(%) in units of 1%.

8 Click on [OK].
● The [Paper] tab screen in the Properties is
returned to be displayed.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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9 Click on [OK].
● The [Print] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

10 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

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SELECTING THE PAPER SOURCE FOR PRINTING
You may select a paper source for printing.
If paper is set in multiple sources (paper cassettes, feeders), you can use desired paper type by
selecting a paper source.
If optional paper feed units or the Large-capacity Feeder are installed, these can also be
selected as paper source.

NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

1
5 Click on [▼] at 1 [Location] in the
screen figure, to set the paper source
of the printing paper. (See “Location”
on page 123.)

SUPPLEMENT:
If the paper source is set to “Manual Feed,” the following screen appears:

In this case, place paper in the manual feed guide in the vertical direction, then press
[START] on the Control Panel.
NOTE: If the check box is checked, this screen will not appear from the next time on.

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6 Click on [OK].
● The [Print...] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

7 Click on [OK].
● Printing beings.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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SORTING OR STAPLING THE PRINTED PAGES
For printing multiple copies of a multi-page document, such as reference material for a meeting,
etc., printed sheets can be sorted into the pages in the correct order within each copy.
With the optional Finisher installed, the sorted pages can further be stapled to form each copy
of bound pages.
●Sort Printing

3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2
1 1 1 1

Printing is finished into each copy of different pages in the correct order.
●Group Printing

3 1 2 3
2 1 2 3
1 1 2 3

Printing is finished into each group of the same page.


●Staple Printing (available only when the optional Finisher is installed)

3
2
1 123

Printed and sorted pages are stapled.

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SUPPLEMENTS:
Stapling Positions:
You may select the stapling position from the following:
Also note that the stapling position varies depending on the [Orientation] setting in the
[Paper] tab. (See “[Paper] tab-Orientation”.)

1 1Orientation = “Portrait” and Layout printing = “Do not carry out”, “4in1”, “9in1”, “16in1”
2Orientation = “Landscape” and Layout printing = “2in1”, “6in1”
3Paper size of Enlarge/reduce printing

Paper size Sort + Staple 1 Paper size Sort + Staple 2 Paper size Sort + Staple R

A4 A4 A4-R
B5 B5 LG
LT LT LT-R
FOLIO

(A3)
(B4)
(LD)
A3 (COMPUTER)
B4 A3
LD B4 Paper size in () is
LG LD applicable only
FOLIO COMPUTER for DP3580.
COMPUTER

2 1Orientation = “Landscape” and Layout printing = “Do not carry out”, “4in1”, “9in1”, “16in1”
2Orientation = “Portrait” and Layout printing = “2in1”, “6in1”
3Paper size of Enlarge/reduce printing

Paper size Sort + Staple 1 Paper size Sort + Staple 2 Paper size Sort + Staple R
A4-R
A4 A4 LG
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

B5 B5 LT-R
LT LT FOLIO
(A3)
(B4)
A3 (LD)
B4 A3 (COMPUTER)
LD B4
LG LD Paper size in () is
FOLIO COMPUTER applicable only
COMPUTER for DP3580.

● When Paper size is A4 or LT and Sort + Staple 1 or Sort + Staple R is set, the staple location will
be different from the Confirmation screen depending on the orientation of paper set on a feeder.
● When it cannot be stapled because of paper size or any other conditions, the printouts
come out without stapling.
● Set the stapling as confirming the setting of the Binding Margin at the Margin tab. 189
NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on a desired item in 1


[Orientation] in the screen figure, to
2

set the orientation for printing. 1

6 Click on [▲] or [▼] at 2 [Number of


copies], to select a desired copy
quantity. (See “[Paper] tab-Number
of Copies”.) (Or, you may directly
input a desired copy quantity in the
list box.)
● The value of copy quantity can be set in the
range from 1 to 999 (copies) in units of 1 copy.

7 Click on the [Output] tab.


● The Finish setting screen appears.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

8 Check the check box at 3 [Sort


Mode], then click on the illustration
for desired printing method.

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9 Click on [OK].
● The [Print... screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

10 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

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SUPPLEMENT:
When the Staple in Sort mode is set, following messages may be displayed.

1 When the paper size is set with any other sizes except A4 and LETTER, and
Staple R with Sort mode or Staple 1/2 is selected:
● When the printer is DP2570:

● When the printer is DP3580 with Output Paper System “LT”:

● When the printer is DP3580 with Output Paper System “A”:

2 When the paper size is set with LETTER or A4, and Staple R with Sort mode is
selected:
● When the printer is DP2570:

● When the printer is DP3580: PRINTING


SETTINGS FOR

3 When following conditions are set for printing:


● When the Duplex printing is set and the Sort mode is not set:
● When the Duplex printing and Group printing in Sort mode are set:

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PRINTING ON BOTH SIDES OF PAPER (Duplex Printing)
When the optional ADU (Auto-Duplexer Unit) is installed, printing is possible on both sides of
paper
The printing direction varies depending on the [Orientation] of the [Paper] tab. (See “[Paper]
tab-Orientation”.)

●Book

1
1
2

Binds paper in the vertical side for the bound paper to be opened like an ordinary book.

●Tablet

1
1
2
2

Binds paper in the horizontal side for the bound paper to be opened like a letter pad.

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NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example.

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on 1 [Orientation] in the screen


figure, to set the printing direction.
1

6 Click on [Output].
● The finish setting screen appears.

7 Check the check box at 2 [Duplex


printing] in the screen figure, then
click on the illustration for the desired
duplexed printing method. (See
“[Output] tab-Duplex Printing”.)
2

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8 Click on [OK].
● The [Print] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

9 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTING WITH PAPER ORIENTATION DESIGNATED
You may designate the orientation of the printing paper (printing direction).
● Portrait
Uses the paper in the vertical direction for printing.
● Landscape
Uses the paper in the horizontal direction for printing.

NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example.

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on 1 [Orientation] in the screen


figure, to set the Orientation for
printing. 1

6 Click on [OK].
● The [Print] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

7 Click on [OK].
● Printing beings.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTING WITH THE PRINTING SEQUENCE CHANGED
You may designate the printing sequence of pages - starting from the first page or from the last page.
● Normal
This prints starting from the first page. The last page is output on the top.
● Reverse
This prints starting from the last page. The first page is output on the top.

NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for operating example:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on 1 [Printing Order] in the


screen figure, to set the print
sequence.

6 Click on [OK].
● The [Print] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

7 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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PRINTING MULTIPLE PAGES ON ONE SHEET (Layout Printing)
You can print images of multiple pages size-reduced on one page.
If you set the [Duplex Printing] at the same time, images of multiple pages can be printed on
both sides of paper (see “[Output] tab-Duplex Printing”.)
The placing sequence (layout) on the page differs depending on the “Orientation” setting in the
[Paper] Tab (see “[Paper] tab-Orientation”).

● When the “Orientation” is set to “Portrait”:


2 in 1 right order 2 in 1 reverse 4 in 1 right order landscape 4 in 1 right order portrait 4 in 1 reverse landscape 4 in 1 reverse portrait

1 2 1 3 2 1 3 1
1 2 2 1
3 4 2 4 4 3 4 2

6 in 1 9 in 1 16 in 1

1 2 3 4
1 2 3
1 2 3 5 6 7 8
4 5 6
9 10 11 12
4 5 6
7 8 9 13 14 15 16

● When the “Orientation” is set to “Landscape”:


2 in 1 right order 2 in 1 reverse 4 in 1 right order landscape 4 in 1 right order portrait 4 in 1 reverse landscape 4 in 1 reverse portrait

1 2
1 2 1 3 2 1 3 1

3 4 2 4 4 3 4 2
2 1

6 in 1 9 in 1 16 in 1

1 2 1 2 3 4
1 2 3
5 6 7 8
3 4 4 5 6
9 10 11 12
7 8 9 13 14 15 16
5 6

SUPPLEMENT:
“6 in 1,” “9 in 1” and “16 in 1” is not available for the PDL printer driver of Windows 3.1.
(See “[Output] tab-Layout printing”.)
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NOTE: Let’s use WordPad for an operating example:

1 Create text using WordPad.

2 Click on [Print...] in the [File] menu.


● The [Print] screen appears.

3 Select the name given to this printer


to be displayed in the printer list box
window, then click on [Properties].
● The printer properties screen appears.
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SETTINGS FOR

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4 Click on the [Paper] tab.
● The paper setting screen appears.

5 Click on 1 [Orientation] in the screen


figure, to set the printing direction.
1

6 Click on [Output]
● The finish setting screen appears.

7 Check the check box at 2 [Layout


Printing] in the screen figure, then
click on the illustration for the desired
printing method.

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8 Click on [OK].
● The [Print] screen in the application is returned
to be displayed.

9 Click on [OK].
● Printing begins.

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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STARTING TopAccess
You can check the state of this machine with a WWW browser such as Netscape Navigator or
Internet Explorer.

Environmental requirements

TopAccess can be used in the following environment:


● Applicable OS : Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT4.0, Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6.
● WWW browser : Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later, or Internet Explorer 3.0 or later. The WWW browser needs to
be prepared separately.
● Protocol : TCP/IP
For the TCP/IP installation procedures, refer to the Help of Windows.

Starting TopAccess

1 Start the WWW browser.

2 Enter the IP address assigned to the


printer in the Address entry field of
the WWW browser, and press the
[Enter] key.

● Enter “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.
● “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” is the IP Address assigned to
the printer.

3 The TopAccess screen appears.

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Description of Screen

1 4
2

1 Go to the TOSHIBA Web site, “http://www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm”, by clicking on this.


The updated information about TOSHIBA products is available on this Web site.
2 Select Language
Select the language in which TopAccess will be displayed.
3 Menu
Copier Configurations Shows the connected state of optional equipment and the
sizes of paper in the paper trays.
PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR
Printing JOB Shows the print job state. You can also delete a print job(s).
Printer Information Shows the settings of this machine.
4 Status display
Communication Indicates the status (Online/Offline) of this machine.
Copier Status Indicates the state of this machine.
5 Control panel
Shows the details of each menu (Copier Configurations, Printing JOB, Printer
Information).

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SUPPLEMENTS:
● For the messages displayed in the Status display, refer to the section on
Troubleshooting.
● The status display is changed to the latest data at every fixed time interval. The
change interval is set by the administrator.
● To change the control panel to the latest data, click on Status, then click on the
[Update] button of the WWW browser.

Selecting the Language

Select the language to display in TopAccess.

1 Click on “▼” at Select Language.

2 Selectable languages are displayed.

3 Select the language to be displayed


from the list.

4 Click on [Change].

5 TopAccess is displayed
language selected.
in the

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Copier Configurations Menu
You can check the location of this machine, paper sizes, and configuration of optional
equipments. You can refer to this menu when making settings in the [Option] tab.

1
2

4
5

1 Cassette Lists available paper trays.


2 Paper Size Indicates the size of paper in each paper tray.
3 Option Shows the options installed.
4 Installation Site Shows the place where the machine is installed.
5
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SETTINGS FOR
Administrator Shows the administrator.
6 The option installed state is displayed in the form of an image.

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Printing JOB Menu
A set of data, for which a print request is made, is called a “print job.” Up to 100 latest print jobs
are displayed. You can check the state of your print job or delete the job which you have
unintentionally made a request to print. To display the latest state, perform the frame updating.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1User Name Shows the user name entered when the printer driver was installed.
2Group Number Shows the group entered when the printer driver was installed.
3Document Name Shows the file name for which a print request has been made.
4Date MM/DD Shows the date the print request was accepted.
5Time Shows the time the print request was accepted.
6Paper Size Indicates the paper size for each print job.
7Pages Indicates the number of pages for each print job.
8Job Status Shows the status of each print job (Printing, Wait, or Suspend).
9[Delete] [Delete] for each job. Click on it to cancel the printing.

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Deleting a print job

1 Click on [DELETE] for the print job to


be deleted.

2 The [Job Delete] screen appears.

3 Check that the print job should be


deleted and click on [DELETE].
● Be careful not to delete other print jobs by
mistake.
● When you do not want to delete the print job,
click on [BACK]. The display returns to the
[Printing JOB] screen.

4 “Request has been


dialogue is displayed.
Received”

● The display turns back to up-date printing JOB


list screen by clicking on [BACK].

PRINTING
SETTINGS FOR

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Printer Information Menu

This menu shows the various settings of this machine. These settings are made by the
administrator.

1
2

1Printer Lists the default values for printing. Usually, printing takes place
according to the settings of the printer driver.
2PCL Lists the default values of PCL. Usually, printing takes place
according to the settings of the printer driver.
3Parallel Indicates the timeout value for parallel cable connection. If the
transmission of a print job to this machine is suspended for more
than the set time, the print job will be canceled.
4[Internal Font] When you click on it, List of Internal Fonts of this machine will be
displayed. You can check the fonts available for each driver.

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✽List of Internal Fonts

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Function List of TopAccess

Select Language Changes the language in which TopAccess is experssed.


Status Display Communication: Indication of online or offline status.
Section Copier status: Indicates the state of the printer.

● List of menu items

Indicates the paper size for each cassette, option composition, etc.
Copier Configurations
This screen appears at the start.

Printing JOB Indicates the state of the job

Delete Deletes the print job

Printer Information Indicates the settings for the printer.

Internal Font Lists the Internal Fonts of the printer.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

SHOOTING
TROUBLE-

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WHEN AN ERROR MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED...
When an error message is displayed in the Message Display panel, please find the error in the
column of “Error Message Displayed,” then follow the instructions in the column of “Action.”
If any other message that those listed in the table is displayed, see “WHEN THE GRAPHIC
SYMBOLS FLASH” in the OPERATOR’S MANUAL / FOR COPYING FUNCTION.

Error Messages
Error Message Displayed Action
Printer is under preparation. Wait for the warming up is completed.
Wait Warm-up is under way.
Warming up Wait for a while.
Wait It will be recovered automatically.
Add paper Referring to the “Adding Paper to the Cassette” in the OPERATOR’S
MANUAL / FOR COPIER FUNCTION, supply paper.
Wait Adding toner Please add toner.
Close bypass cover Please close the Sheet Bypass Cover.
Close upper side cover Please close the Top Cover.
Close lower side cover Please close the Bottom Cover.
Install LCF Please set the Large-capacity Feeder.
Close LCF Door Please close the door of the Large-capacity Feeder.
Close the Door of ADU. Please close the door of the ADU (Auto-Duplexer Unit).
Printer error (Error code: P05) The error occurred in the interface connecting the printer
unit and the machine. Turn OFF the power of the
machine and restart again.
Printer error (Error code: P09) The error occurred at the interface connecting the printer
unit and the machine. Turn OFF the power of the
machine and restart again.
Printer error (Error code: P51) The lack of memories for the printer unit occurs. The error
is automatically recovered. It is recommended to install
the extra memory if the error often occurs.
Printer error (Error code: P52) The error occurred in the non-volatile memory of the
printer unit. Perform the Printer Reset from the Control
Panel. (See “Activating Special Functions”.)
The default settings are restored.
Printer error (Error code: P54) The error occurred in the Network Interface Card.
Perform the Printer Reset from the Control Panel (See
“Activating Special Functions”.) or turn OFF the power of
the machine and restart again.
Printer error (Error code: P55) The error occurred in the communication between the
printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset
from the Control Panel (See “Activating Special
Functions”.) or turn OFF the power of the machine and
restart again.

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Error Message Displayed Action
Printer error (Error code: P56) The error occurred in the print unit. Perform the Printer
Reset from the Control Panel (See “Activating Special
Functions”.) or turn OFF the power of the machine and
restart again.
Printer error (Error code: P57) The error occurred in the extended memory of the printer
unit. Perform the Printer Reset from the Control Panel
(See “Activating Special Functions”.) or turn OFF the
power of the machine and restart again.
Printer error (Error code: P00) The error occurred in the communication between the
printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset
from the Control Panel (See “Activating Special Functions” .)
or turn OFF the power of the machine and estart again.
Printer error (Error code: P50) The error occurred in the communication between the
printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset
from the Control Panel (See “Activating Special Functions” .)
or turn OFF the power of the machine and restart again.

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When TopAccess Error Messages are displayed during connecting the network with the Network Interface
Card, please find the error column of the “Message” and follw the instructions in the column of “Action”.

Error Messages of TopAccess


●When TopAccess will not appear:
Check Item Action
Is a wrong URL (IP address Enter the correct URL (IP address of this machine).
of the machine) entered? Ask the administrator about the IP address of this machine.
Is TCP/IP installed in the computer? TCP/IP is required when using TopAccess.
Install TCP/IP in the computer.
●Status Message Display
Some status messages indicate the current state of this machine while others indicate errors.

Message Action
READY The printer is working normally.
Warming Up The printer is being started. Wait for a while.
Set Developer Unit Call for service.
Set Maincharger Unit Call for service.
Dispose of Used Toner Replace the toner bag.
Misfeed in Copier Remove the jammed paper by referring to HELP.
Finisher not Ready The finisher is not normally installed or the tray load
capacity is exceeded.
(For the tray load capacity, refer to the OPERATOR’S MANUAL/
FOR-COPYING-FUNCTION, Specifications, Accessories &
Options –2, FINISHER SPECIFICATIONS (OPTIONAL)).
Stapler not Ready Please check the stapler.
Examine Stapler Remove jammed staples.
(Refer to the OPERATOR’S MANUAL/FOR-COYING
FUNCTION, when the Graphic Symbols Flash-8 Removing
Jammed Staples.)
Set Staple Cartridge Supply staples.
Add Toner Supply toner.
Close Cover Close the cover of the machine.
Add Paper Supply paper.
Call for Service Call for service.
Time for Periodic Maintenance Contact the maintenance service for periodic inspection.
Printer Error: P05 The error occurred in the interface connecting the printer
unit and the machine. Turn OFF the power of the
machine and restart again.

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Message Action
Printer Error: P09 The error occurred at the interface connecting the printer
unit and the machine. Turn OFF the power of the
machine and restart again.
Printer Error: P52 The error occurred in the non-volatile memory of the
printer unit. Perform the Printer Reset from the Control
Panel. (See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-SETTING
THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-
Activating Special Functions”.)
Printer Error: P54 The error occurred in the Network Interface Card.
Perform the Printer Reset from the Control Panel (See
“SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-SETTING THROUGH THE
CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-Activating Special
Functions”.) or turn OFF the power of the machine and
restart again.
Printer Error: P55 The error occurred in the communication between the
printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset
from the Control Panel (See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-
SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY]
screen-Activating Special Functions”.) or turn OFF the
power of the machine and restart again.
Printer Error: P56 The error occurred in the print unit. Perform the Printer
Reset from the Control Panel (See “SETTINGS FOR
PRINTING-SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL
PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-Activating Special Functions”.)
or turn OFF the power of the machine and restart again.
Printer Error: P57 The error occurred in the extended memory of the printer
unit. Perform the Printer Reset from the Control Panel
(See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-SETTING THROUGH
THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-Activating
Special Functions”.) or turn OFF the power of the machine
and restart again.
Printer Error: P50 The error occurred in the communication between the
printer unit and the machine. Perform the Printer Reset
from the Control Panel (See “SETTINGS FOR PRINTING-
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SETTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY]


screen-Activating Special Functions”.) or turn OFF the
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WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE PERFORMED...
When printing is not activated even after commanded from the computer, check the following:

Check Item Action


Is the power ON? Turn ON the power of the machine.
Is the printer cable disconnected? Connect the printer cable correctly.
See “PRINTER SETUP-CONNECTING THE PRINTER
TO A COMPUTER”.
Is an appropriate printer cable used? Please use an appropriate printer cable. When you
guess the cable is cut, replace it with a new one.
The printer cable varies depending on the computer to
be connected. See “SPECIFICATIONS, OPTIONS, AND
OTHERS-PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS”.
Is it “online”? Press the [ON/OFF] tab in the Control Panel, then press
the [ONLINE] button. See “[ON/OFF] Screen”.
Is paper set? Set paper in the required cassette.
Referring to “Adding Paper to the Cassette” in the
OPERATOR’S MANUAL/FOR COPYING FUNCTION.
Is any error message displayed? Confirm the error message, then do the required action
to clear the error.
See “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN AN ERROR
MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED...”.

NOTES:
✽ After performing any of the actions above, do the Test Print. See “SETTINGS FOR
PRINTING THROUGH THE CONTROL PANEL-[UTILITY] screen-Performing a Test Print”.
If the Test Printing cannot be performed, please call for service.
✽ If the printer is used in a network, ask the network administrator.

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SPECIFICATIONS, OPTIONS, AND OTHERS

OTHER
OPTIONS, AND
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SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRINTER UNIT
Item Specifications
Print Speed KR-7015: Max. 24.5 pages/minute
KR-7009: Max. 34.5 pages/minute
Paper Size A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, FOLIO, LEDGER, LEGAL, LETTER,
STATEMENT, COMPUTER
Interface Conforming to IEEE-P1284 (Standard, Nibble Mode, ECP Mode)
Memory Standard: 16 Megabytes
With Extended Memory: 48 Megabytes (with the optional
Extended Memory installed)
Emulation PDL, PCL-5e, PCL-XL
Internal Fonts PDL: 35 Western Fonts
PCL-5e or PCL-XL: 45 Western Fonts
Applicable Computers Hardware:
IBM PC/AT computer or compatible
Display Resolution: 640 x 480 dpi or more
OS:
Microsoft Windows 3.1 Operating System
Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System
Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Operating System4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Server Network Operating System4.0
Apple Macintosh
Display Resolution: 640 x 480 dpi or more
OS:
Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6

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LIST OF INTERNAL FONTS
The following table shows the internal fonts of this printer:

PDL Font

OTHER
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PLEASE Macintosh FONT LIST
This table shows the fonts that this machine contains and the applicable screen fonts installed
as standard in the Macintosh system.

Macintosh Fonts Internal Fonts


Courier Courier SWA
Helvetica Swiss 721 SWA
Times Dutch 801 SWA
Symbol Symbol Set SWA

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SPECIFICATIONS,
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OTHER
PCL Font
PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS
IBM PC/AT

Computer Printer Unit


IEEE-1284-A IEEE-1284-B
Pin No. Pin No.

nStrobe 1 1 nStrobe
Signal Ground(nStrobe) 18 19 Signal Ground(nStrobe)
Data1 2 2 Data1
Signal Ground(Data1,Data2) 19 20 Signal Ground(Data1)
Data2 3 3 Data2
21 Signal Ground(Data2)
Data3 4 4 Data3
Signal Ground(Data3,Data4) 20 22 Signal Ground(Data3)
Data4 5 5 Data4
23 Signal Ground(Data4)
Data5 6 6 Data5
Signal Ground(Data5,Data6) 21 24 Signal Ground(Data5)
Data6 7 7 Data6
25 Signal Ground(Data6)
Data7 8 8 Data7
Signal Ground(Data7) 22 26 Signal Ground(Data7)
Data8 9 9 Data8
27 Signal Ground(Data8)
nAck 10 10 nAck
Signal Ground(PError,Select,nAck) 24 28 Signal Ground(PError,Select,nAck)
Busy 11 11 Busy
Signal Ground(Busy,nFault) 23 29 Signal Ground(Busy,nFault)
PError 12 12 PError
NC17 Chassis Ground
Select 13 13 Select
NC15 NC15
nAutoFd 14 14 nAutoFd
Signal Ground(nAutoFd,nSelectin nlnit) 25 30 Signal Ground(nAutoFd,nSelectin nlnit)
nlnit 16 31 auxout(NC)
NC33 Not Defined
nFault 15 32 nFault
NC34 Not Defined
nSelectin 17 36 nSelectin
NC35 Not Defined
NC18 Peripheral Logic High
NC16 Logic Ground

Shield Wire Shield Wire

Max 3.0m

NOTE: The printer cable must be shield-structured.

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OPTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NETWORK INTERFACE CADE
KR-7010 KR-7011 KR-7012
Data Transfer Speed 10/100 Mbps 10 Mbps 4/16 Mbps
Applicable Models DP2570/3580 DP2570/3580 DP2570/3580
Connector 10Base-T/100Base- 10Base-T: RJ-45 TokenRing: RJ-45
TX: RJ-45 Connector Connector x 1 Connector x 1
x1 10Base-2: BNC D-Sub 9-pin Connector
Connector x 1 x1

SPECIFICATIONS OF THE EXTENDED MEMORY


KR-7013 (32-Megabyte SDRAM, 168-pin DIMM)

OTHER
OPTIONS, AND
SPECIFICATIONS,

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