Using Memory Media

You can directly insert memory media to the machine and use it.
Memory media compliant with the USB 2.0 standard is supported. FAT32/exFAT format memory media is supported.
The following devices and usage methods are not supported.
Memory media with security functions
Memory card readers connected via USB
USB extension cables or USB hubs

Preparing to Use Memory Media

When using memory media, perform the following preparations in advance.

Enabling Memory Media for Printing

<Set>  <Function Settings>  <Access Files>  <Memory Media Settings>  <Use Print Function>  <On>
If memory media is not recognized although it is connected correctly, set <Use AddOn Driver for USB Storage Device> to <Off>. <Use AddOn Driver for USB Storage Device>
Displaying the print settings screen when memory media is inserted
Set <Select Option When Connecting Mem. Media> to <On>. When memory media is inserted, a confirmation screen is displayed and printing can be immediately executed. <Select Option When Connecting Mem. Media>
*To display the print settings screen from memory media, insert the memory media after canceling the Sleep mode. Exiting Sleep Mode

Inserting/Removing Memory Media

Inserting memory media incorrectly or in the wrong direction may cause problems with the machine or the memory media.

Inserting Memory Media

Insert the USB memory into the USB port on the right side of the machine with the correct orientation.

Removing Memory Media

Perform one of the following operations to remove the media.
Select <Remove Memory Media> on the memory media print screen  <Yes> for <Remove Memory Media>.
Select  (Status Monitor)  <Device Status>  <Remove Memory Media>.

Printing Files on Memory Media

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Insert the memory media into the USB port of the machine. Inserting/Removing Memory Media
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Select <Memory Media> on the <Home> screen. <Home> Screen
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Select <Select File and Print>.
Select <Select All> to select all the files.
If there are multiple file types, select <PDF>, <XPS>, or <JPEG/TIFF>.
You can deselect a file by selecting the file again. To deselect all files, select <Clear Selection>.
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Select <Apply>.
When using a print ticket to print an XPS file
When printing a file in the XPS file format, you can print according to the print ticket (print settings) embedded in the file.
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Specify the print settings as necessary.
Select the item to set.
<Number of Copies>
<Color Mode>
<Paper>
<N on 1>
<N on 1> cannot be used for JPEG files or TIFF files.
<2-Sided>
<Resolution>
<Print Range>
<Print Range (TIFF)>
<Print Range (TIFF)> cannot be used for PDF files, XPS files, or JPEG files.
<Fit Paper Size>
<Fit Paper Size> cannot be used for JPEG files or TIFF files.
<Enlarge/Reduce>
<Enlarge/Reduce> cannot be used for PDF files or XPS files.
<Enlarge Print Area>
<Collate>
<Collate> cannot be used for JPEG files or TIFF files.
<Image Orientation>
<Image Orientation> cannot be used for PDF files or XPS files.
<Print Position>
<Print Position> cannot be used for PDF files or XPS files.
<Halftones>
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Select <Start Printing>.
The selected file is printed.
If you want to cancel printing, select <Cancel>  <Yes>.
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Correctly remove the memory media. Inserting/Removing Memory Media
Incorrectly removing the memory media may cause problems with the machine or the memory media.
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