Paper Type Management Settings

You can register and edit detailed information of frequently used paper types as the <Custom Type>.
To register a new paper type, first duplicate the paper type that resembles the new type in order to copy all of the internal operational parameters. This procedure copies the suitable settings to the new paper type from the registered custom paper easily.
You can also improve printing quality and paper feeding trouble by editing the custom paper, depending on the characteristics.
It is necessary to log in as an administrator to register custom paper types or change the settings of registered custom paper types. Logging into the Machine
When you register the custom paper type, you cannot specify the paper source. For more information on registering the paper source, see Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer.
You can import/export the registered custom paper type information, and share it with another Canon machine. Importing/Exporting the Settings Individually

Registering frequently used paper types

1
Press  .
2
Press <Preferences> <Paper Settings>  <Paper Type Management Settings>.
3
Specify the settings.

Paper type drop-down list
Enables you to select the paper type to display.
<Sort List By>
Enables you to change the display order of the list.
<Details/Edit>
Displays details for the selected paper type on the <Details/Edit> screen. If you select a custom paper type, you can edit it.
<Duplicate>
Duplicates the selected paper type as a custom paper type.
<Delete>
Deletes the selected custom paper type.
<Change>
Appears on the <Details/Edit> screen for the custom paper type and enables you to change the settings for the selected item.
You can only edit/delete custom paper types.
4
Press <OK> .

Items that can be specified

The following items can be specified.

Name

You can change the name of the custom paper type.
When you register the settings for the custom paper type, make sure to change its name. You cannot change the settings of the default paper types registered in the machine.

Basis Weight

You can change the basis weight of the custom paper type.
If you enter a value that is different from the actual weight of the set paper, paper jams may occur, and the quality of the image may be adversely affected.

Finish

You can change the Finish setting of Custom Type you have registered.
If you select a finishing type which is different from that of the loaded paper, paper jams may occur, and the quality of the image may be adversely affected.

Type

You can change the Type setting of Custom Type you have registered.
If you select a paper type which is different from that of the loaded paper, paper jams may occur, and the quality of the image may be adversely affected.

Color

You can change the color of the custom paper type.
If you select a color which is different from that of the loaded paper, paper jams may occur, and the quality of the image may be adversely affected.

Use as Template Paper

You can set this mode to <On> to use preprinted paper (paper which has logos already printed on it), such as a letterhead.
The custom paper type with <On> set for <Use as Template Paper> is not automatically selected in the following cases.
When the paper type for printing is set to <Auto>
If <Paper Drawer Auto Selection On/Off> is set to <On> and <Consider Paper Type> is set to <Off> when copying
Methods for loading paper if <Use as Template Paper> is set to <On>:
Paper drawer of the main unit: the side with a logo facing down
Paper source other than a paper drawer of the main unit: the side with a logo facing up

Humid Environment Mode

If the image or text on the output becomes light or blurred because of the humidity of the surrounding area, set <Humid Environment Mode>.
If you are using the machine in a high humidity environment, the toner density on the output may become lighter or an irregularity may occur. These problems may be solved if you set <Humid Environment Mode> to <High Humidity>.
If you are using the machine in a low humidity environment, the images and text may become blurred. This problem may be solved if you set <Humid Environment Mode> to <Low Humidity>.

Adjust Paper Separation

This setting is for when the registered custom paper type is <Thin (60 g/m2)>. If a paper jam occurs when performing two-sided printing, select <Level 1> or <Level 2>. If <Level 1> is selected, the correction effect becomes weaker, and it becomes stronger if <Level 2> is selected.
The roughness of the printed image may stand out If <Mode 2> is selected.

Correct Fill Area Void

If you print using the registered custom paper type and the shaded areas of images/texts has white patches, it may be corrected by turning this setting to <On>.
40K3-0JL