Printing a PDF File

You can print a linked PDF file.
For information on the optional products required to use this function, see "User's Guide."
1.
Press the link to the PDF file.
You cannot specify multiple PDF files at the same time. Also, PDF files cannot be open in more than two windows.
If a password is set for the specified PDF file, enter the password.
2.
Press [Print] → [OK].
3.
Press [Print Settings].
The print setting screen is displayed.
4.
Specify each setting → press [OK].
If you want to specify the settings for the print range:
Press [Print Range].
Press [Specify Pages] → enter the range of pages to print using - (numeric keys) → press [OK].
If you want to print all of the pages, press [All].
If you want to select the color mode:
Select [Auto] or [Black] in [Color Mode].
If you select [Auto], the machine determines automatically to print the PDF file in color or black-and-white.
If you want to set the number of prints:
Press [Copies].
Press [-] or [+] to set the number of prints → press [OK].
The number of prints can be set from 1 to 9,999.
You can also use - (numeric keys) to enter the print quantity.
If you want to specify the paper source:
Press [Paper Select].
Select the paper source → press [OK].
To select the paper size automatically, press [Auto].
NOTE
The paper size loaded in each of the paper sources is displayed.
If you set [Paper Select] to [Auto], the [N on 1] mode cannot be set.
If you want to make a two-sided print:
Press [2-Sided Printing].
Press [On] → select the type of finishing → press [OK].
[Long Edge]:
The front and back sides of the copy will have the same top-bottom orientation. If the image is oriented horizontally, the front and back sides of the print will have opposite top-bottom orientations.
[Short Edge]:
The front and back sides of the copy will have opposite top-bottom orientations. If the image is oriented horizontally, the front and back sides of the print will have the same top-bottom orientation.
If you do not want to make a two-sided print, press [Off].
If you want to specify a Finishing mode:
Press [Finishing].
Select a Finishing mode → press [OK].
[Collate (Page order)]:
The prints are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order.
[Group (Same pages)]:
All prints of the same Web page are grouped together.
If you want to specify the settings for <N on 1>:
Press [N on 1].
NOTE
If you set [Paper Select] to [Auto], the [N on 1] mode cannot be set.
Select the type of N on 1 → select the image order → press [OK].
[2 on 1]:
This setting reduces a two page document to fit onto one page.
[4 on 1]:
This setting reduces a four page document to fit onto one page.
If you do not want to set the N on 1 settings, press [Off].
If you want to print the comments:
Press [Print Comments].
Select whether to print the comments → press [OK].
[Auto]:
Prints the PDF file and only the comments specified for printing.
[Do Not Print]:
Prints only the PDF file.
If a password is required to open the document:
Press [Document Password].
Press the text entry field → enter the document password → press [OK].
NOTE
If there is no document password set for the selected PDF file, it is not necessary to enter the document password.
When printing a PDF file set with a document password, you must enter the document password beforehand. If a password is not entered, you cannot print the PDF file.
If you are printing a PDF file after displaying it, the document password used when opening the file is automatically set.
5.
Press [OK].
The selected print settings are set.
6.
Press [Start Printing].
The selected PDF file is printed.

NOTE
Depending on the version of the PDF file, there may be cases in which the PDF file cannot be printed.
The machine does not enter the Auto Sleep mode if the printing dialog box appears. For details, see "User's Guide."
The print settings are restored to the default settings under the following conditions:
When the reset key is pressed
When the user logs out
When the Auto Reset mode activates
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