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How to you work the fax because I can't find my book

I would like to put a title page but need help
I would like to print my fax details out if they went through
Do you put the print face down or up when sentding a fax

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Depends on your machine usually up unless its a copier /fax then down on the copier surface...hope I helped a little...jer

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

  • threetyme66 Jan 09, 2009

    you can get an manual online or give me your email and i'll send you a copy of mine~Jer

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The flash card reader under the control panel means you don't need a PC to print photos.

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getfile.asp?rid=3215 Product : imagePRESS C1, All Fax Capable imageRUNNER Models Title : Setting the TX Terminal ID print options Question :
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The TX Terminal ID settings enables you to specify whether the sender information is printed at the top of every document that you send via i-fax. Information such as your i-fax address is printed, enabling the recipient to know who sent the document.

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