Basic Operation of the Touch Panel Display

Even though functions and settings are different, the operation methods for buttons displayed on the screen and the procedure to select items are the same. This section describes the operation methods for buttons frequently displayed on the screen as well as how to select items.
Selecting a Button
When you press a button, the button color may change or a check mark may be added to indicate that it has been selected.
Press the function setting button to display the setting status in the upper section of a button and the color of the lower section is changed.
Press a button in which is located in the lower-right to display the setting screen. When the setting is made, the setting status is displayed in the upper section of the button and the color of lower section is changed.
When a button is displayed in a lighter color, you cannot select that button. Such displays appear depending on login status or because its related function cannot be used as another function has been set.
Selecting an Item from Drop-down List
Press a button in which  is located in the right to display the drop-down list. Press the item on a list to select an item.
Adjusting a Value to Increase or Decrease
Press the <-> or <+> buttons to decrease or increase values, such as when adjusting the density. Each time you press the button, the slider () moves to increase or decrease the numerical value. By holding down the button, you can change the value quickly.
Applying/Canceling Settings
Press <OK> to apply settings and press <Cancel Settings> to discard the changes and restore the previous settings.
In addition, buttons such as <Cancel> which cancels the setting and returns to the previous screen, <Next> which applies the setting to proceed to the next screen, <Back> which returns to the previous setting screen and <Close> which closes the screen currently open are displayed.
Switching Pages
When a list display is two pages or more, press / or / to switch the page. Press  to jump to the first page, press  to jump to the last page.
Changing the Display Order in the List
When there are multiple jobs/files in a list, you can press <Name> or <Date/Time> to sort the list of items. When is displayed, items are displayed in ascending order, or when is displayed, items are displayed in descending order.
Sorting conditions differ depending on the function you are using.
If you log in with personal authentication management, the sorting condition that was last used is retained. List of Items That Can Be Personalized
View the function guide
Press <Tutorial> to display a screen that introduces what you can do with the functions of the machine as well as tips for using copy, scan, etc. View this screen when you want to learn more about what functions are available and how to use them.
Example: Tutorial for Copy functions
When you select an item from the list, the tutorial screen is displayed.
Use the Help function
Depending on the function being displayed,  is sometimes displayed on the upper-right of the screen. Press  to check the description and operation method of the function.
Press <End> to return to the previous screen.
Operate in the same manner as with a smartphone (flick/pinch/drag-and-drop)
On some screens, you can switch the page or scroll by flicking your finger up/down or left/right on the screen as you would with a smartphone.
You can also zoom in or out on the screen by using two fingers to pinch out or pinch in. You can drag the enlarged screen with your finger. Customizing the Screen Display Appearance and the Operational Conditions
If <Enable Screen Magnification> is set to <On>, the entire screen is zoomed in/out when performing pinch operations on the preview screen. If <Enable Screen Magnification> is set to <Off>, only the preview image is zoomed in/out.
Preview screen
Preview screenPreview screen
If <Enable Screen Magnification> is set to <On>

If <Enable Screen Magnification> is set to <Off>
You can also disable flick and pinch operations. <Use Flick/Pinch Function>
On screens with movable buttons, the buttons can be dragged and dropped to move them.