The print settings for a document stored in the machine can be changed using the Detailed Settings screen on the control panel. The following settings can be changed:
Specify the input tray to use for printing.
Specify whether to print in color or black and white.
Use the number keys to specify the number of copies (1 to 999) that you want to print.
When printing on both sides, specify a binding method.
When combining multiple pages, specify the number of pages to combine, page order settings (top-left page will be the first page), and whether to print separation lines. After commands are used to store a document and PDF is specified as the printer language for the printer, this function can be used for printing.
Sort / Stack
When printing multiple sets, specify whether to print in batches or ordered sets.
Staple / Punch
If an optional finisher is installed, you can specify the staple and punch settings. Note that for stapling, only staple positions can be specified. In addition, if paper is set to be selected automatically, staple or punch positions may not be as expected.
Reduces toner consumption when printing. If this setting is enabled, print quality may lower.
Rotate by 180 Degrees
Specify whether to rotate the print image 180 degrees relative to the paper orientation.
If [Restrict Direct Print Jobs] or [Store and Skip Errored Job] is used to store a document automatically, the print settings of the document cannot be changed in the Detailed Settings screen. For details about [Restrict Direct Print Jobs], see Preventing Documents from Being Left Unattended. For details about [Store and Skip Errored Job], see Storing Documents whose Printing Has Been Canceled Due to Errors.