You can switch the color copy mode depending on the type of originals used and the desired finish.
You can also erase or convert a certain color in the original, or add a background color to the whole page.
Colors can be created by combining the three primary colors: yellow, magenta, and cyan. Black can be made by combining yellow, magenta and cyan, however, as there might be some slight differences, “black” will be expressed using a black toner.
Copies using four colors: yellow, magenta, cyan, and black.
Black & White
Copies in black and white even if the original is colored.
Copies by changing a certain color in the original to another color.
See Convert Colors.
Erase Specified Color
Copies by erasing a certain color in the original.
See Erase Color.
Copies by adding a color to the whole page.
See Color Background.