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5. Other Functions
Other Functions

Displaying the Total Counter


You can display the total counter val-
ue used for all functions.
A

Press the 

{

User Tools/Counter

}

 key.


B

Select 


[


Counter


]


 using 

{U}

 or 

{T}

,


and then press the 

{

OK

}

 key.


C

To print the counter list, press


[


Print


]


.


Note


To print the counter list, load A4
Lor 8
1
/
2

×
 11"L size paper.
D

Press the 

{

Start

}

 key.


A counter list prints out.
E

Press the 

{

User Tools/Counter

}

 key.


Changing the Language


You can change the language used on
the display. English is set as default.
A

Press the 

{

User Tools/Counter

}

 key.


B

Select 


[


Language


]


 using 

{U}

 or


{T}

, and then press the 

{

OK

}

 key.


C

Select the language using 

{U}

 or


{T}

, and then press the 

{

OK

}

 key.


The “
Programmed
” message ap-
pears, and then the User Tools dis-
play returns.
D

Press the 

{

User Tools/Counter

}

 key.


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6. Entering Text
Entering Text
This section describes how to enter
characters. When you enter a charac-
ter, it appears at the cursor position. If
there is a character already at the cur-
sor position, the newly entered char-
acter appears before it.

Available Characters


• Alphabetic characters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU-
VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstu-
vwxyz
• Symbols
• Numerals
0123456789

Keys


Number keys


Use to enter numbers.

Quick Dial 01 to Quick Dial 09 (A to Z)


Press these to enter upper and low-
er case letters. 
{

Shift

}

 key (Quick Dial 13)


Use to switch between uppercase
and lowercase.
{

Space

}

 key (Quick Dial 14)


Press to enter a space.
{

Clear/Stop

}

 key


Deletes a character at the cursor
position. You can delete a charac-
ter at the right end of a line even if
the cursor is placed to the right of
the character.
{W}

 or 

{V}
Use to move the cursor left or
right.

Note


To enter symbols, press the {

Sym-


bols

}
 key.

How to Enter Text


Use the Quick Dial keys 01 to 09 for
entering letters.
To enter letter, press the key again un-
til it appears.
Quick 
Dial Key
Letters
Quick 
Dial Key
Letters
01
A, B, C
09
Y, Z
02
D, E, F
10
@, ., _
03
G, H, I
11
-, &
04
J, K, L
12
Nothing
05
M, N, O
13
Shift
06
P, Q, R
14
Space
07
S, T, U
15
Symbols
08
V, W, X
16
Nothing
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Entering letters


A

Press the 

{

Shift

}

 key to switch be-


tween uppercase and lowercase.


B

Press a Quick Dial keys.


A letter is entered and the cursor
moves along one space.

Note


To enter a character repeatedly,
repeat step 
B.
To insert a character, press {W}
or {V} to move the cursor to the
character you want to enter.

Entering symbols


A

Press the 

{

Symbols

}

 key.


B

Select the desired symbol using


the scroll keys, and then press the


{

OK

}

 key.


Note


To enter another symbol, repeat
steps 
A to B.

Entering numbers


A

Press a number key.


The numeral is entered and the
cursor moves.

Note


To insert a character, press {W}
or {V} to move the cursor to the
character you want to enter.

Deleting characters


A

Move the cursor to the character


you want to delete using 

{W}

 or


{V}

.


B

Press the 

{

Clear/Stop

}

 key.


The character at the cursor posi-
tion is deleted .

Note


To delete another character, re-
peat steps 
A and B. 
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7. Security
Security
Confidential information is always at risk of being copied without permission or
subject to unauthorized access through the network. To protect documents from
such intrusion, not only can passwords be set, but also the Extended Security
function can be used to strengthen security.
For those who require increased document protection, we recommend the Ex-
tended Security function.

Primary Security Functions


Protecting Image Data Remaining in Memory


Protects image data remaining in memory. When a copy or print job is com-
pleted, or a job is canceled, the data is secure.

Protecting against Unauthorized Access via Phone Line


Accepts only facsimile calls.

Authenticating Administrator


Protects essential functions for administrating document security using an ac-
cess code. See p.33 “Key Operator Code”.

Extended Security Function


Note


When the Extended Security function is on, delivery server settings cannot be
changed. Turn the function off to change the settings.

Setting Extended Security


Preparation


The Extended Security setting is not available unless the key operator code set
in the Key Operator Code settings of the System Settings has six or more dig-
its. See p.33 “Key Operator Code”.

Note


To ensure increased document protection under the Extended Security set-
ting, we recommend you select 

[


On: All


]


 when programming a key operator
code.


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