Print Error Report
Select this to have an error report printed when a printer or memory error occurs.
Select whether or not the machine automatically continues to print after a system error occurs. For details about how to configure this function, see Executing Form Feed when Print Settings Do Not Match.
Store and Skip Errored Job
A document is automatically stored in the machine if a print job is suspended due to an error. Despite this error, the next document can be printed. This function can be used for Normal Print, Sample Print, and Stored Print files. The job type can be specified in the "Job Type:" list of the printer driver. For details, see Storing Documents in the Hard Disk Drive and Printing them.
Printing of the document that is stored in the machine can be resumed by operating the control panel. For details, see Printing of Documents Stored When Print Configuration Errors Occur.
The storage method differs depending on the type of the specified document. For details, see Storing Documents whose Printing Has Been Canceled Due to Errors.
You can specify the number of pages to check for errors. Enter the number of pages between 1 to 999.
When two or more pages is specified, the first page of a document may take longer to print.
Select this to have a memory overflow error report printed.
Default: [Do not Print]
You can enable Job Separation.
This menu can be selected only when an optional finisher is installed.
Rotate by 180 Degrees
Specify whether to rotate the print image 180 degrees relative to the paper orientation.
Print Compressed Data
Specify whether to uncompress and extract compressed job data before printing it.
The supported compression format is GZIP.
You can select to have print on both sides of each page.
You can specify the number of print sets. This setting is disabled if the number of pages to print has been specified with the printer driver or another command.
The number of copies can be specified from 1 to 999 by increments of one.
Default: "1" copies
Blank Page Print
You can select whether or not to print blank pages.
Pages that match one of the following conditions are identified as blank.
There are no images.
There are images but they are outside the printable area.
There are only blank characters.
Reserved Job Waiting Time
You can specify how long the machine waits to receive a print job before allowing other functions such as the copier and scanner functions to interrupt it.
Default: [Short Wait]
Specify the printer language.
Sub Paper Size
You can specify whether A4 or Letter (81/2 11) size paper is automatically selected as the default size when the job-specified size is unavailable.
You can select the default paper size.
The paper size you can select is as follows:
A3, A4, A5, A6, B4JIS, B5JIS, B6JIS, C5 Env, C6 Env, DL Env, 12 18, 11 17, 11 15, 10 14, 81/2 14, 81/2 13, 81/2 11, 81/4 14, 81/4 13, 8 13, 8 10, 71/4 101/2, 51/2 81/2, 41/8 91/2, 37/8 71/2, 8K, 16K, Custom Size
(mainly Europe and Asia)
(mainly North America)
Select whether or not to print on paper that has a fixed print side or print direction (letterhead paper, for example). For details, see "Loading Orientation-Fixed Paper or Two-Sided Paper", Paper Specifications and Adding Paper.
Not printing with the letterhead printing mode.
Select whether or not to print using letterhead mode whenever a page that has a fixed print side or print direction is specified as the first page.
Print with the letterhead printing mode regularly.
Default: [Auto Detect]
Tray Setting Priority
You can specify whether to give priority to the settings made in the printer driver or commands, or to the ones made on the control panel for each tray when the machine receives print data. Only the trays attached to the machine appear.
Paper Confirmation for Bypass Tray
Select whether or not to display the confirming screen of the paper size, type and feed direction on the control panel when feeding paper from the bypass tray. If [Display] is specified, you can check the print settings for the bypass tray before printing starts.
Do not Display
Default: [Do not Display]
Driver / Command
When the paper tray is specified for a print job, the paper settings specified in the printer driver or in the print command are applied, regardless of the machine's settings.
The paper settings configured on the machine's control panel are applied to all print jobs. An error occurs when the paper settings specified by the printer driver or the print command do not match the machine's settings.
If this setting is selected for a print job and the type of the document for the print job does not need to be specified, you can proceed with printing only if the paper size matches the job's print setting. For details about this function, see Preventing Paper Setting Mismatch Errors.
Default: [Driver / Command]
Tray 1 to 4, LCT
Driver / Command
Default: [Machine Setting(s)]
Edge to Edge Print
You can select whether or not to expand the print area. For details about the print area, see Print Area.
Default Printer Language
You can set the default printer language if the machine cannot find the printer language automatically.
You can specify whether or not the machine automatically switches paper trays if paper of the specified size and type is not loaded in the driver-designated tray.
Extended Auto Tray Switching
You can select whether or not to automatically switch to a suitable tray when the current tray runs out of paper.
When [On] is set, the extended auto tray switching is priority, regardless of the printer driver settings.
Jobs Not Printed As Machn. Was Off
You can select whether or not to print Hold Print files whose specified print time has already passed when the machine's main power switch is turned on.
Print When Machine On
When the machine's main power is turned on, the machine automatically prints all the Hold Print files stored in the machine whose specified print time has already passed.
Do not Print
If there are Hold Print files whose specified print time have already passed when the machine's power is turned on, their specified print time will be canceled and they will be deleted [Auto Delete Temporary Print Jobs] setting. For details about [Auto Delete Temporary Print Jobs], see Maintenance.
Default: [Do not Print]
Restrict Direct Print Jobs
When a print job is sent to the machine, you can specify whether to always store the document in the machine without printing it or cancel printing it. The documents that have been stored automatically in the machine are not printed unless you use the control panel to print them, so that unattended documents on the tray are prevented.
If a document is a Normal Print, Sample Print, or Stored Print file, it can be printed physically. The job type can be specified in the "Job Type:" list of the printer driver. For details, see Storing Documents in the Hard Disk Drive and Printing them.
If [Automatclly. Store Jobs] is selected, the storage method differs depending on the type of the specified document. For details, see Preventing Documents from Being Left Unattended.
Automatclly. Store Jobs
Documents are automatically stored in the machine without being printed regardless of their print settings.
Cncl All Direct Prt Jobs
Printing is always canceled regardless of the print settings.
Switch Initial Screen
Select the screen to be displayed when [Printer] is pressed in the Home screen.
Displays the list of jobs.
Displays the lists of the document stored in the machine and the User IDs.
Default: [Job List]
For details about how to change the Printer Features, see "Accessing User Tools", Connecting the Machine/ System Settings.