<Common>

This section describes settings for functions such as Paper Feed Settings, Paper Output Settings, Print Settings, Scan Settings, and Generate File.
Some of the settings may not be displayed depending on the configuration of optional equipment installed on the machine.
<Paper Drawer Auto Selection On/Off>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Feed Settings>
You can configure the paper source that will be used when printing with <Select Paper> set to <Auto>. This setting also functions when the paper in the current paper source runs out during copying/printing. Automatically Selecting the Appropriate Paper Source for a Specific Function
<Switch Feed Method>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Feed Settings>
When regularly using paper with logos such as letterheads, while printing in both one-sided and two-sided, you can set this setting to <Print Side Priority> to print the first page on the front side for both one-sided and two-sided, without having to change the paper orientation. Loading Preprinted Paper
<Suspended Job Timeout>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Feed Settings>
If this setting is set to <On> and a job is suspended due to a lack of paper, etc., the machine automatically prints the next job after the specified time period.
<Output Tray Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
You can set the tray to output to for each function. Specifying the Output Tray for Printed Paper
<Offset Jobs>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
This enables you to shift the output for each job when multiple jobs are printed consecutively.
<Job Separator Between Jobs>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
This enables you to insert the specified paper at the start of each job when multiple jobs are printed consecutively.
<Job Separator Between Copies>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
This enables you to insert the specified paper each number of copy sets to divide the sets. If you set this, paper is inserted when printing with Collate (Page Order), Offset, or Staple.
<Action When Too Many Sheets to Staple>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
You can specify the procedure to perform when there are too many sheets to staple.
<Enable Offset for Single-Sheet Print Jobs>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Paper Output Settings>
If this is set to <On>, you can set the Offset mode to shift the output when printing single page jobs other than copy jobs. This is useful when you want to separate a single page job from another when printing multiple jobs.
<Print Priority>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
A job that has a higher set priority can be set to print after the job currently being processed is complete.
<2-Sided Printing>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Output Report Default Settings>
You can specify the 2-Sided Printing for printing reports such as Send TX Report and Communication Management Report.
<Register Characters for Page Numbering/Watermark>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
You can register/edit/delete user-defined text for <Page Numbering>/<Watermark>. It is useful if you always use the same text or watermark for <Watermark> in <Secure Watermark>, and <Page Numbering> and <Watermark> in the Copy/User Inbox function.
<Copy Set Numbering Option Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
In addition to Copy Set Numbering, you can add User Name, Date, and Text on the printout.
<Forced Print of Recognition Information>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
You can force to print the user ID, date, IP address, or serial number of the machine on the printout. Printing User Information on Documents
<Forced Secure Watermark>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Secure Watermark Settings>
Secure Watermark enables you to prevent information leakage. This function can be set by administrator so that it is always reflected on the output by the general users. Embedding Invisible Text (Forced Secure Watermark)
<Printer Driver Secure Watermark>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Secure Watermark Settings>
When printing from a printer driver, you can select the functions set here for each job.
<Standard>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Secure Watermark Settings>  <Adjust Background/Character Contrast>
Adjusts the relative contrast of the hidden text and the background. The Secure Watermark effect can be tested by making a copy of a sample print. The following settings are specified here.
<Relative Contrast>: Adjusts the relative contrast of the hidden text and the background.
<Standard Value Settings>: Sets the density of the background.
<Latent Area Density>: Sets the density of the text.
<For Printer 1200 dpi>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Secure Watermark Settings>  <Adjust Background/Character Contrast>
Adjusts the relative contrast of the hidden text and the background. The Secure Watermark effect can be tested by making a copy of a sample print. The following settings are specified here.
<Relative Contrast>: Adjusts the relative contrast of the hidden text and the background.
<Standard Value Settings>: Sets the density of the background.
<Latent Area Density>: Sets the density of the text.
<Quickly Exit Sleep Mode for Print Job>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
If you perform LPD/RAW printing while the machine is in sleep mode, it may take some time to start printing. If this setting is set to <On>, this time can be reduced.
<Auto Delete Suspended Jobs>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>
If this setting is set to <On> and a job is suspended due to a paper jam, etc., the machine automatically deletes the job after the specified time period.
<Feeder Jam Recovery Method>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
You can select whether scanning will start again from the first page of the original or the page of the original in which scanning was interrupted if a paper jam occurs in the feeder.
<Set Detection of Feeder Multi. Sheet Feed as Default>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
You can specify the default setting of <Detect Feeder Multi Sheet Fd.> for each function. Basic Copy Operations Basic Operations for Scanning Originals Sending I-Faxes Basic Operations for Sending Faxes
<Streak Prevention>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
You can set whether to detect and prevent streaks when scanning originals.
<Speed/Image Quality Priority for B&W Scan>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
You can set whether priority is given to scanning speed or to image quality when performing black and white scanning.
<Remote Scan Gamma Value>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
You can set the gamma value to use when scanning color documents into your computer through the Network Scan function. Select the gamma value most suited to your computer settings so that you can print the document with the optimal density.
<Auto Online>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
Set this to <On> to automatically enable the remote scanner function when you press <Scanner> (<Home> Screen).
<Auto Offline>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Scan Settings>
If the machine is connected to a network that is online, scanning is not possible with <Copy> or <Scan and Store>. If you set <Auto Offline> to <On>, the machine automatically goes offline when the time set in <Auto Reset Time> in <Preferences> (Settings/Registration) has elapsed.
<Image Quality Level for Compact>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
If you select PDF/XPS (Compact) as the file format when using <Scan and Send> or <Scan and Store>, you can set the image quality level of the document.
<OCR (Text Searchable) Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
If you select <OCR (Text Searchable)> for <PDF> or <OOXML> as the file format, you can set the Smart Scan setting, and set the number of characters used for the Auto (OCR) in File Name. Smart Scan is a mode that determines the text direction and rotates the data, so that the document will be in the correct orientation when viewing the document on a computer. Auto (OCR) in File Name is a mode that automatically uses the first text scanned by OCR in the document as its file name. Auto (OCR) in File Name is specified in <File Name> in <Options> on the Scan and Send screen. Setting a File Name
<Trace & Smooth Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
You can change the recognition rate of line drawings of the original when creating a file with outline graphics.
<OOXML Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
You can specify the background image level, color image recognition level, and color image line width recognition when creating files with Office Open XML file format.
<Include Background Images in Word File>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
When generating Word files from scanned originals, you can delete the image detected as the background in the Word files. It becomes easier to edit Word files because unnecessary images are deleted.
<Specify Minimum PDF Version>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
You can specify the minimum version to assign when generating PDF files.
<Format PDF to PDF/A>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
You can create PDF files compliant with PDF/A-b1. This is suited for long-term storage because it guarantees that the visual quality of the PDF does not change with the machine or viewing software.
This setting is linked with the following default settings:
<File Format> in <Scan and Send>
<File Format> in <Scan and Store>
<File Format> in <Forwarding Settings>
<Optimize PDF for Web>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
You can create a PDF that displays only the pages that are already downloaded even when a file is still being downloaded.
<256-bit AES Settings for Encrypted PDF>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
When generating an encrypted PDF file, you can select <Acrobat 3.0 or Later/40-bit RC4>, <Acrobat 6.0 or Later/128-bit RC4>, <Acrobat 7.0 or Later/128-bit AES>, or <Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES> as the PDF encryption level. If you want to use <Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES> rather than <Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES> as the encryption level, use this setting to change the selections you can make.
<Rights Management Server Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Generate File>
This machine can link with Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management to generate PDF files that have viewing and other privileges managed.
<Information Used for LDAP Server Authentication>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Set Authentication Method>
You can specify the authentication method for accessing an LDAP server.
<Information Used for Rights Management Server Auth.>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Set Authentication Method>
You can specify the authentication method for accessing a Rights Management server.
<Information Used for SMTP Server Authentication>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Set Authentication Method>
You can specify the authentication method for accessing an SMTP server.
<Information Used for File TX/Browsing Authentication>
  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Set Authentication Method>
You can specify the authentication method for accessing a file server.
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