Question about Konica Minolta Office Equipment & Supplies
After you have chosen File / Print / Properties / and selected your options staple and quantity of copies - Click OK - when the menu returns you to the initial first print window, check the "Collate" option, this needs to be set as "Un ticked" - OK
If you need further help go to the makers website - support at http://www.konicaminolta.co.uk/business-solutions/support/bizhub-customers-support/faq.html
Posted on May 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What do you mean scan? Is it from the printer to the computer? Or just plain copy? When you want to scan to the computer, you need a software that can scan multiple pages. HP's document feeder can copy and fax multiple pages, so if the software supports multiple pages scanning, then I'm sure it can.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
You can use Abbyy software (whether the freeby version included with a scanner or the stand alone version) is able to copy multiple pages in a document, whether sequential, subsequent or totally unrelated pages.
That software will help on yoru concern...
Hope that helps........
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
this is what HP has to say
This document applies to all HP product models. Issue When the product is turned on or in the middle of an operation, an unexpected noise occurs, such as clicking, thumping, or grinding. Blinking lights and error codes might accompany the noise. NOTE: Noises can be caused by a number of things. This document focuses on isolating, identifying, and resolving known causes of product noises. Solution Noises are subjective and can be difficult to describe. Some noises are normal to the operation of the product and might include the following:
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Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Look to the left side of the flatbed glass for a thin strip of glass by itself. When you scan from the glass, the document stays put and the sensor moves across the document. When you scan from the feeder, the sensor stays in that glass strip and the document moves across the sensor. See what I mean? I would check the small feeder glass for dirt or scratches from staples or other flotsam. Also not a bad idea to blow out the feeder path with some compressed air to ensure the documents is handled smoothly. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Yes you can scan up to 30 files in one pdf , and you have to put documents in auto feeder (face up) and from the pc, scan menu, scan to files, select destination and extension.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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