Conditions where Punch will be canceled
Punch will be canceled when:
The finisher that supports the punch function is not attached.
The selected paper size or type is not available for punching.
There are inconsistencies between the orientation in 2 sided printing mode and the punch position.
There are inconsistencies between the orientation in letterhead mode and the punch position.
Paper is loaded using the bypass tray.
There are inconsistencies between the staple position and the punch position, when using with the staple function.
A tray specified as [Driver / Command] under [Tray Setting Priority] is selected.
If the information icon () is displayed next to the "Punch:" list, you cannot specify punch function. Click the information () icon to check why punch function is unavailable.
When the punch receptacle has become full and [Auto Continue] is off, an error message will be displayed. Cancel the punch function in the error message to continue printing.
Punching might not be in the specified position when printing on letterhead paper.
If you cannot make punch settings even with an optional finisher installed, options may not be set correctly in the printer driver. To correct the printer driver's option settings, see "Configuring Option Settings for the Printer", Driver Installation Guide.
When 2 sided printing 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.
Depending on the application, print settings may not be enabled and printed output may not be as expected.
When Punch is specified in the printer driver, make sure [Application Collate] is not selected. The output may not come out as desired. Specify [Printer Collate] when printing the document.
When printing restarts after removing jammed paper, the printing position may be different, depending on the location of the jam.
If the paper jam occurred in an optional finisher, printing will restart from the top page of the data currently being printed, or from the page where the paper jam occurred.
If the paper jam occurred in the machine, printing will restart from the page where the paper jam occurred.