This function collectively stores copy settings as one program. The stored program can be retrieved using an easy operation.
For information about how to retrieve a program, see "RETRIEVING A PROGRAM".
For example, suppose 11" x 17" (A3) size CAD drawings are copied once a month for archive purposes using the following settings:
  • The 11" x 17" (A3) size CAD drawings are reduced to 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) size.
  • To reduce paper use by half, 2-sided copying is used.
  • Margin shift is used to allow a margin to punch holes for filing.
When a job program is not stored When a job program is stored
Sets 11" x 17" (A3) to 8-1/2" x 11" (A4) reduction.

Changes the exposure setting.

Sets 2-sided copying.

Sets margins.

Sets punch hole settings.

Tap the [Color Start] key or the [B/W Start] key.
Selects copy settings.

Tap the [Color Start] key or the [B/W Start] key.
Considerable time is required to copy the drawings each month because the above settings must be selected.
In addition, mistakes are occasionally made when selecting the settings, so some copies must be redone.
The settings are stored in a program, so they can be selected by the touch of a key. This is simple and takes no time.
In addition, the settings are all stored so there are no chances for mistakes, and thus no need to redo copies due to setting mistakes.
  • Up to 48 programs can be stored.
  • Program settings remains registered even when the main power has been turned off.
  • A program can also be stored in a home page or bookmark as a shortcut; therefore, it is helpful when retrieving it.