Adjusting Print and Finish Quality

Adjust the settings below if printing results are not satisfactory, or if you want to adjust the paper folding position.

Gradation Adjustment

If gradation reproducibility has become so poor that the printed gradation differs markedly from the print data, make adjustments to improve gradation reproducibility.

Density Correction

If the density of the printing is significantly different from the original document, this adjusts the scan density to be closer to the original.

Shading Correction (4900 Series Only)

If the image areas of the printing have uneven density, this correction adjusts the printing so that the density is even.

Image Size Adjustment

If the size of the image copied is slightly different from the original, fine adjustment is performed so that the printed size more closely matches the size of the original.

Dither Pattern Setting (4900 Series Only)

A dither pattern suitable for an image is set to enable the gradations and curves in the image to be reproduced as smoothly as possible in the print.

Saddle Stitch Position Adjustment

If the saddle stitch position of the paper is not exactly in the middle of the booklet, you can make adjustments to the saddle stitch position.

Saddle Stitch Folding Position Adjustment

You can adjust the saddle stitch folding position during booklet printing.

Paper Folding Position Adjustment

You can adjust the paper fold position when configuring the fold function.

Trim Width Adjustment (8900 Series Only)

You can adjust the small scale trim width during booklet printing.

Paper Alignment Adjustment (8900 Series Only)

You can adjust the paper alignment when outputting paper to the finisher tray.