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I need to set up one touch dial fax numbers

How do I add fax numbers as one touch for fast dialing?

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Storing Speed-Dial numbers
1 Press Menu/Set, 2, 3, 2.
2 Using the dial pad, enter a three-digit
Speed-Dial location number.
Press Menu/Set.
3 Enter the number (up to 20 digits).
Press Menu/Set.
4 Enter the name up to 15 characters (or
leave it blank).
Press Menu/Set.
5 Press Stop/Exit

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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How do I set up speed dialing on my HP Officejet 5740


While "Speed Dialing" or "Speed Dial" is listed in its fax specifications on some sites, it appears to be a mislabeled categorization of its group fax feature as HP's manual makes no other mention of it--save to say, the "fax to multiple numbers" (or multiple recipients) feature. There does not appear to be a speed dial list, but there is a phone book feature for adding contacts (individual numbers) & groups. (The following is detailed in a more explanatory way on pages 65-66 of the user's manual (http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Officejet-5740-e-All-in-One-Printer-series/6617253/model/6617254/manuals?cc=us&lang=en).

1. From the printer control display, touch Fax.
2. Touch Send Now.
3. Touch the telephone symbol to access its phone book feature.
4. Touch the person symbol for a phone book contact; or touch the multiple person symbol for a group of phone book contacts.
(Note: Contacts should be established before any of these could be added to any group.)
5. Touch + (plus sign) to add a contact/group; or touch the gear symbol (edit) to edit/delete a contact/group.
6. Touch Name.
7. Changes to contacts/groups:
•Adding a contact/group: type the name, & then touch Done.
••Adding a fax number to a contact: Touch Fax Number, enter this contact's fax number, & touch "Create".
••Adding a contact to a group: Touch Number of Members, select all of the contacts to add to this group from this printer's phone book, & touch Select followed by touching "Create".

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••Editing a Contact: touch Fax Number, enter the fax number, & touch Done.
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I need to send 1 fax to several recepts


You can send a fax to up to 142 fax numbers, using any combination of dialing methods:
- One-touch Speed Dialing (up to 32 destinations)
Press the desired One-Touch Speed dial button(s)
- Coded Speed Dialing (up to 100 destinations)
Press [Coded Dial] > enter the 2 digit code (00-99) using the numeric buttons and be sure to press [Coded Dial] before each code
- Regular dialing and redialing (10 destinations)
Enter the number using the numeric buttons or [Redial/Pause] and be sure to press [Set] after each entry with the numeric keys

After all the numbers are listed, press [Start]. The machine will scan in the document (memory) and then begin sending it to the destinations in numerical order, starting with One-Touch, then Coded and finally the numbers dials with the numeric keys.

You can also create a group if you frequently send faxes to the same group of people by first saving them as One-Touch and then adding them to a new group.

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How do I send one fax to multiple receipents?


you need to set up a group to send to. So if the group is always changing this may not help much.

Groups allow you to send the same fax message to multiple numbers (broadcasting). You can store the Groups on your One-Touch keys or SpeedDial locations and then broadcast by pressing a One-Touch key and Fax Start or by pressing Search/Speed Dial, the three digit location and FaxStart. First, you will need to store each fax number you wish to includein your Group as either a One-Touch or Speed Dial number. Then, you can combine these numbers into a group. Finally, you can have up to six Groups, or you can assign up to 131 numbers to one large Group. Each Group uses one One-Touch key or Speed Dial location. To set up a Group, please follow these steps:


1. Press Menu, 2 (Fax), 3 (Set Auto Dial), 3 (Setup Groups).


2. Press the One-Touch key on which you wish to store the Group or pressSearch/Speed Dial followed by the three-digit Speed Dial location where you wish to store the Group. The LCD will read SETUP GROUP:G0 ENTER & SET.

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You can download the User Manual from here (temporary link): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1322442/CANON%20CFX-L4000.pdf


Here is a transcript:


Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialing


Your Canon fax can store up to 120 phone numbers: up to 20 of your most frequently used numbers can be stored for One-Touch Speed dialing, and an additional 100 numbers can be stored for Coded Speed Dialing.



1. Press SET and DATA REGISTRATION

The display will show:

DATA REGISTRATION

1. SPEED DIAL SETUP


2. Press SET twice.


The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

01

3. Use the search buttons (up and down symbols) to select a One-Touch Speed Dialing button between 01 and 20.


The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

[1...7]


??¢ You can also do this by pressing FUNCTION, then pressing the One-Touch Speed Dialing button, then pressing FUNCTION again.

??¢ If a number is already stored at the button you select, that number appears.

??¢ If the button you select is registered for Group Dialing, GROUP DIAL appears.

4. Press SET twice. Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax number you want to store.


The display will show:

TELEPHONE NUMBER

TEL =


??¢ Press SPACE to enter spaces between numbers. (Spaces are optional and are ignored during dialing.)

??¢ If you want to clear a number or a mistaken entry, press CLEAR.

??¢ To enter a pause in the number, press PAUSE one or more times

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How do i store numbers? there is no manual.


You can download the User Manual from here (temporary link): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1322442/CANON%20CFX-L4000.pdf


Here is a transcript:

Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialing

Your Canon fax can store up to 120 phone numbers: up to 20 of your most frequently used numbers can be stored for One-Touch Speed dialing, and an additional 100 numbers can be stored for Coded Speed Dialing.



1. Press SET and DATA REGISTRATION

The display will show:

DATA REGISTRATION

1 .SPEED DIAL SETUP


2. Press SET twice.

The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

01

3. Use the search buttons (up and down symbols) to select a One-Touch Speed Dialing button between 01 and 20.


The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

[1...7]

??¢ You can also do this by pressing FUNCTION, then pressing the One-Touch Speed Dialing button, then pressing FUNCTION again.

??¢ If a number is already stored at the button you select, that number appears.

??¢ If the button you select is registered for Group Dialing, GROUP DIAL appears.


4. Press SET twice. Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax number you want to store.

The display will show:

TELEPHONE NUMBER

TEL =

??¢ Press SPACE to enter spaces between numbers. (Spaces are optional and are ignored during dialing.)

??¢ If you want to clear a number or a mistaken entry, press CLEAR.

??¢ To enter a pause in the number, press PAUSE one or more times

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How do I save a number


You can download the User Manual from here (temporary link): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1322442/CANON CFX-L4000.pdf


Here is a transcript:


Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialing

Your Canon fax can store up to 120 phone numbers: up to 20 of your most frequently used numbers can be stored for One-Touch Speed dialing, and an additional 100 numbers can be stored for Coded Speed Dialing.


1. Press SET and DATA REGISTRATION


The display will show:

DATA REGISTRATION

1 .SPEED DIAL SETUP

2. Press SET twice.


The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

01

3. Use the search buttons (up and down symbols) to select a One-Touch Speed Dialing button between 01 and 20.


The display will show:

1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

[1...7]

• You can also do this by pressing FUNCTION, then pressing the One-Touch Speed Dialing button, then pressing FUNCTION again.

• If a number is already stored at the button you select, that number appears.

• If the button you select is registered for Group Dialing, GROUP DIAL appears.

4. Press SET twice. Use the numeric buttons to enter the fax number you want to store.


The display will show:

TELEPHONE NUMBER

TEL =

• Press SPACE to enter spaces between numbers. (Spaces are optional and are ignored during dialing.)

• If you want to clear a number or a mistaken entry, press CLEAR.

• To enter a pause in the number, press PAUSE one or more times

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Setting one touch numbers:
press function 72

set
press 1 for one touch numbers
press a position on the soft pad example 01
enter fax number with round buttons
set
enter name with soft pad letters
set

continue with more numbers or press stop to end.

For GROUP DIALING
Setting Group Dial:
press function 73
set
choose group dial
set
press program 1
set
name the program such as field offices.
set
press the one touch numbers you entered in the first step for this group,,,,01,02,05,08,17 etc
press set
press stop

load document in feeder, press Program 1 key, START

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Memory dial


Press the Menu button

Then go 2.Fax, then press Set

Scroll through to 3.Set Quick Dial and press Set

You will then have the option of One Touch or Speed Dials

Once you have selected the one touch. Simply hit the one touch button you which to program. Then program in the name and number.

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