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Slip Sheet

Every time an original page changes, a slip sheet is inserted. You can also print on the inserted slip sheet.

Since a slip sheet is inserted for every page, you can protect printed surfaces. This function is useful in copying onto OHP transparencies.

Illustration of Slip Sheet


  • If [1 Sided 2 Sided] is set, cancel the setting.

  • Before using this function, select the tray for slip sheets under Slip Sheet Tray in Tray Paper Settings. For details, see “System Settings”, Network and System Settings Reference.

When copying onto OHP transparencies

  • Copy

    Illustration of Slip Sheet

  • Blank

    Illustration of Slip Sheet

1Press [Cover/Slip Sheet].

Operation panel screen illustration

2Select [Copy] or [Blank] for the slip sheets, and then press [OK].

Operation panel screen illustration

3Select the main sheet tray that contains the paper to copy the originals.

When copying onto OHP transparencies, use the bypass tray.


  • When setting OHP transparencies on the bypass tray, press the [Sharp] key and select [OHP (Transparency)] in Paper Type. For details, see “Copying onto OHP Transparencies or Thin Paper”.

  • The slip sheets should be the same size and orientation as the copy paper or the OHP transparency.

  • When copying onto OHP transparencies, copies will be output to the internal tray, even if you have specified a different tray. However, if the finisher is attached, copies will be output to the finisher's shift tray.

  • If you do not copy onto slip sheets, they are excluded from the number of copies counted.