Konica Minolta bizhub 3602P driver download
Output tray – in most cases you can leave this at default and it will send output to whatever your machines default exit tray is. Konica Minolta bizhub 3602P driver download You also have the ability to specifically select an exit tray.
On the machine that I am configured with now I have a finisher at the end so I have a staple main tray exit and a staple sub tray exit, I also have a relay unit that has an exit on it. Once again depending on your configuration and the options you’ve got in line, you may have more or less options available for where you want the paper to exit.
You’ve got options towards the bottom here for offset output sheets if you choose offset output sheets. You can then specify an interval that you would like those sheets offset, so if if for example, you were printing 200 pages of something, and you wanted to offset every 50 sheets, you could do that konica minolta bizhub 3602p default password.
You can also offset output copies in which case if you do multiple copies of a book you could say that I want to offset every 10 sets of a book, so that you could package those more easily if you wanted to. On the paper button, we will see at the top I’ve got an “Acquire Tray and Paper Data” button if I click on that button the driver is going to go ask the machine which paper is configured in that machine. If it successfully connects and communicates with the machine, you’ll see that I end up with a green check after the button and the paper that is currently in my paper trays has been populated back into my paper tray settings, and if any updates had been made to the paper profiles in the paper catalog stored with this machine since the last time I acquired data that would be updated here as well. From here I can select I would like to use a tray so could say I would like to print from tray number 3, you’ll see that it knows that tray number 3 has the 11″x17″ gloss text in it, so it populates that in my paper profile automatically. If I wanted to use it tray 3 but I wanted to use a different paper I could come in and select a different paper.
It would let me do that, but I would then have to go put the proper paper in the machine for that operation. In most cases the easiest way to utilize the paper trays on this machine is to select by the paper profile, leaving the paper tray on auto, and let the Machine pick the tray that it’s going to pull paper from based on the paper that you’ve asked for without having to determine which tray that is. On the Cover button I can set up covers around my document. I can specify what tray I want to pull the cover stock from. If I pick a tray and paper is listed by name in that supply it will come back and tell me what paper that is. I can tell it that I want to pull multiple sheets of that paper. Maybe I want to pull two sheets on the front of the book from that tray. I can do that. I’ve also got the option whether to print on that sheet or not.
You’ll see by default it does not print on that sheet and page one will be inside of the cover. If I put a check in the print box it moves page 1 on to the front cover so I can print the cover from my set onto the job. I’ve got the same settings available on the back cover tray. The next button is Page settings. There are a few things I can do here. I can select chapters, and input chapter pages, in which case what I’m specifying to the driver is that I want these pages to be on the front of duplex sheets.
Since page four would normally fall on the back of a duplex sheet, the driver will automatically insert a blank page after page 3 so that page four can move to the front. When you insert pages in this manner, it does not charge you a click for the page that the driver has inserted. This is an advantage over the situation where you go into the file and insert the blank pages yourself.
Since those pages exist in the job, you will pay a click for them. This also allows the driver to do the math to figure out whether it needs to do the insertions. As you might be able to tell, when I put page 4 on the front, that’s going to move page 7 to the back of a sheet, so it would determine it needs to now put a blank page in front of page 7 to move page 7 to the front of a sheet. The next option I’ve got is my large white box down here at the bottom you’ll see the instructions “Please double click here to add page specific settings”. When I double click it gives me several options. I can say using “same as body” that I would like to have page 5 pull from a different paper.
I could specify that I want page 5 to pull from tray number three so in that manner you could have colored paper or a different paper stock that you wanted to use for a separator pull into your job to print in line. If I double click again, you’ll see that I’ve got some options for inserting blank pages. If I wanted to insert some slip sheets I could insert some slip sheets either before the first page or after the page that I specify.
Once again inserting these pages using the driver does not incur a click charge. I’ve also got options here for print one-sided and print two-sided. If you remember our default was that we are going to print everything two-sided, so our job is going to be set to print two-sided, but I can use this option to come in and say pages 7 and 15 should be printed single sided. It will then pass those pages through the machine one-sided and once again not charge you a click for the blanks that it puts on the back of those pages. There are two buttons here for tabs. We are not going to cover the tab creation in this video. There’s another video that covers creating the tabs. What I am going to say here is that there are basically three methods that you can use to create tabs.
One of them is to shift the content of the page a half inch to the side so that text that is along the side of the page will be placed on to a tab. I can convert an existing page into a tab and then add text to go on to the tab for that page. And I can insert pages into the set that do not exist and have those created as tabs. For Color mode there’s really only one setting in here that we will discuss and that is this first line of “Output Color”. Auto color is going to inspect the pages as they process if it finds a black and white page it will print that in black and white mode. If it finds that the page has color on it will print it in color mode.
If I click the radio button for grayscale, then the job will automatically convert to grayscale and print in grayscale. In full color the processing does not try to determine whether there is color on a page, it processes every page as if it was color. In some cases this can increase the speed of processing and possibly the speed of printing, and it may also leave grayscales as processed gray’s so that they would better match gray scales on the rest of your document. We’re going to skip the Management tab and go to the Quality tab. On my machine I have the IQ-501 installed, so I have the option for auto image adjustment available. I’ve got the option to choose Position or Position & Gradation so that I can put marks on my sheets and monitor those through the job, to feedback correction information into the machine if I need it to do that. On the Imaging tab the only option we’re going to discuss at this time is 600 dpi and 1200 dpi. The machine by default will print 1200 dpi.
You may in some cases want to set it for 600 dpi. The two major reasons to do this would be large jobs, especially jobs with a lot of graphics on them, may process faster. You may see some loss of resolution in photos and graphics. If the priority is speed over quality, that may be a good choice to make. And the 600 dpi may be something that you set so that the quality more closely resembles another device that is perhaps running part of this job. Forms is another topic that we will discuss in depth in another video. The only thing that I’ll mention about forms at this point is to tell you that this allows you to store a form onto the machine as a background image that you can over-print at another time with another document.