I'm trying to photocopy a book without copying on page at a time and flipping the book around. Is there a way where the copier scans the right page and then scans the left page and then prints both pages?
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Hi Kim, there are a couple of easy ways to tackle this problem. you have a book that when the spline is opened exposes 2 pages to the glass for the possibility of copying. What YOU need to determine is whether or not you want page 1 to ouput seperately from page 2, or , would you like page one to be on one side and page 2 to be on the second side. In other words auto duplex. That decision determines which feature you will use. I will walk you thru both. I realize you want the copier to scan the first page and then scan the second without you having to move the book around. I'm thinking you would be happy if the copier did that very thing and you wound up with a 2 sided copy with page 1 on the front and page 2 on the back. Here we go. Fom the main copy display locate the 2 sided button and select it. Select "book 2 sided" and follow the prompts. You could actually copy the entire book this way and when you are thru press "done" and here comes the avalanche! If you want the images 1 sided on seperate sheets (not sure why) you can select "special features" from the display in the lower right corner and select "2 page seperation". same drill.
You may use this a copier but usually, all in one printers used as copier take a long time to produce print outs. It isn't as robust as It usually scans the pages first (duration is the same as scanning a document) then prints it out (duration is the same as printing a document from a PC).
In my experience with our multifunction printer, a single page can be photocopied in about 45 seconds to 1 minute. It isn't as robust as photocopying machines.
I wish I had a magic wand to help you...but the answer is YES! You can fully control the priorities of how the 7105 handles printing/copying/scannng requests. I truly understand your dilemma, it is merely a matter of how the device has been configured. You can program the device to give priority to copies, which will cause print jobs to wait in the que until your copies are done. You can have the print jobs sent to a "mailbox" so that the person requesting a print job will have to walk up to the device and "summon" their print job. There are so many ways to help you with this. You will have to get "THE BOOK" out. I can't type all of the options available to you.