Follow these precautions when using the punch function.
To use this function, the optional Internal Finisher must be installed on the machine.
Punch printing will be canceled under the following conditions:
When a paper type that cannot be punched is selected.
When a paper size that cannot be punched is selected.
If positions other than those fixed for punching are specified.
If there are inconsistencies between the orientation in duplex mode and the punch position.
If there are inconsistencies between the orientation in letterhead mode and the punch position.
When feeding paper from the bypass tray.
When the punch receptacle has become full and Auto Continue is set (Printing will continue without punching after the message appears).
If there are inconsistencies between the staple position and the punch position, when using with staple function.
When punching is canceled, "Punch has been cancelled." appears.
Punching might not be in the specified position when printing on letterhead paper.
If you cannot make punch settings even with the optional finisher installed, options may not be set correctly in the printer driver. Correct option settings in the printer driver. For details, see the printer driver Help.
When duplex print is selected, adjust the punch position to the binding direction.
Be sure to set the punch position as same as the staple position when using it with the staple function.
Be sure to set paper size and orientation in the printer driver when punching.
Depending on the application, print settings may not be enabled and printed output may not be as expected.
When setting Punch in the printer driver settings, make sure that a collate option is not selected in the print settings of the application.
If a collate option is selected in the application, printing will not be as intended.