Superimposing Images

You can register images such as logos and decorated frames as image forms, and superimpose them on the output. This function enables you to print company logos on handouts for meetings or unify the design of business proposals by adding frames.

Registering Form Images

Register form images from the Settings/Registration. Prepare the original document with the form image.
Press  (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Common>  <Print Settings>  <Register Form>  <Register>.
Select the size of the original for the form image and press <Next>.
Specify scan settings as necessary.
For information on scan settings, see Basic Copy Operations, Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality.
Pressing <Form Name> enables you to set the name of the form image.
Even if you do not enter the form name, the saving date and time is automatically set as the form name. For example, if it is saved at 1:05:12 pm on October 30, 2015, the form name will be "20151030130512."
Place the original for the form image on the platen glass and press  (Start). Placing Originals
The form image is registered and displayed in the list.
Press <OK>  <Close>.
To change the name of a form image already registered, select the form image from the list in step 5 and press <Details>  <Rename Form>. To delete a form image, select the form image from the list and press <Delete>.
You can register up to 100 image forms. However, this number varies depending on the capacity of the hard disk.

Superimposing the Form Image

Superimpose the form image onto the document to output.
Place the original. Placing Originals
Press <Copy>. <Home> Screen
Press <Options> on the Copy Basic Features screen. Copy Basic Features Screen
Press <Superimpose Image>.
Press <Set> in <Front Side>.
If you want to superimpose the form image on the back side when making a 2-sided copy, configure <Back Side>. To superimpose the same form image as the front side, press <Same as Front Side>. To super impose a form image different from the front side, press <Set> and proceed to step 5.
Select the form image to superimpose and press <Next>.
If you want to print a form image by itself to check the output, select the form image from the list and press <Check Print>. If you want to confirm the size of the form image and the overlap setting, press <Details>.
Select how the image overlaps and press <OK>.
To superimpose the form image without adjusting the density, press <Solid>. To superimpose the form image with the density decreased, press <Transparent> and adjust the density.
Press <OK>  <Close>.
Press  (Start).
Copying starts.
If you changed the image position (Shifting the Image) or set to mirror the image (Mirroring Images (Mirror Image)), the settings are applied to both the form image and document.