Basic Screens on the Touch Panel Display

This section describes the various screens displayed on the touch panel display.
The <Status Monitor> screen is displayed when starting up or restoring with the default settings. If you want to change the screen displayed at startup or restoration, see <Default Screen after Startup/Restoration>.
<Home> Screen
The <Home> screen is displayed when you press . The <Home> screen displays a list of function buttons and acts as the entrance to various functions. Items Displayed on the <Home> Screen
Basic Features Screen of Each Function
On the <Home> screen, press the function buttons to display the Basic Features screen where you can access basic functions such as copying and scanning. Though the display and setting items on the Basic Features screen differ depending on functions, you can change the settings to suit your needs. Customizing the Basic Features Screen
Example: Copy Basic Features screen
Items displayed differ depending on functions.
<Settings/Registration> Screen
Press  (Settings/Registration) to display the <Settings/Registration> screen. Press this key first to make changes for each setting, such as paper settings, display settings, and network settings. On this screen, you can also register destinations, such as e-mail addresses and I-Fax.

Current menu level

You can check which level is being displayed for the entire Settings/Registration menu.

Setting item list

Setting items that belong to the current menu level are displayed in a list.
When there is no menu under the lower level, the setting screen is displayed.
<Status Monitor> Screen
When you press  (Status Monitor), the <Status Monitor> screen is displayed. You can check not only the operating status such as printing or sending/receiving of data, but also the detailed information of the paper in the paper source and the information on the main unit such as the remaining amount of toner.
You can also change the default screen of <Status Monitor>. <Default Screen (Status Monitor)>


The current status or log of the selected item is displayed. You can cancel copying and printing on this screen.
Canceling Send/Print Jobs
Cancelling Copying
Scan Basic Features Screen


You can check the detailed information of the paper. You can also register or set the type of paper to be loaded in the paper source such as a paper drawer.
Paper Type Management Settings


You can check the status of the machine, such as the remaining amount of toner and memory levels.
Hardware Specifications
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables
Checking the Connection Status to the Advanced Box
Error Screen
In some cases when an error occurs, instructions on how to respond to the error are displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to solve the problem. Countermeasures for Each Message

When a paper jam occurs
(Items shown on the screen may differ depending on your model and options.)
Press displayed on the <Home> screen and the Basic Features screen to customize the screen such as rearranging buttons or creating a shortcut key. Customizing the Touch Panel Display
You can change settings regarding the screen display, such as which screen appears immediately after turning ON the machine, and whether the message appears for remaining paper and toner. <Display Settings>
You can set the screen to be displayed when a certain amount of time has passed without operation. <Function After Auto Reset>
 indicates that data on the storage device is encrypted. Managing Storage Device Data