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Re: Enlarging andf reducing on photocopiers
HI on the machine there should be a auto reduction enlarge all you need to do is press this place the original on the doc feeder and select the paper cassette in which the paper size you want the copy to be on. Once you have selected press the start button and then the reduction or enlargement is calculated for you.
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Make sure your default settings are for AUTO paper selection and 100% magnification to start. That is the most common default settings. Then, under "Zoom" change to AUTO magnification and under PAPER SELECTION specify Letter (either landscape or portrait). Now when you copy a legal original (8.5" x 14") it will be reduced at 78% to fit it on an 11" sheet. An alternative is to use "X-Y" zoom. Now you can stipulate 78% for the "X" dimension and leave the "Y" dimension at 100%. You will want letter size paper to be feeding lengthwise (portrait). Now you can copy legals and the image is reduced top-to-bottom only, leaving it much more readable.
If you enter the ratios using the fraction entry key ( [a b/c] the
results will be displayed as fractions. And when the calculator
displays fractions they are always in their reduced form. In general,
when you are manipulating fractions ( Pi/2 is no a fraction even if you
write it as one) you can try to simplify them by looking for the
greatest common factor (GCF) of the numerator and denominator. When you
simplify by the GCF the fraction that is left is in its reduced form.
A ratio is a division of two quantities that may or may not have the same units. Example of a ratio: Speed =distance/time, specific gravity (density) =mass/volume.
Simplifying a fraction is writing it with the smallest numerator and denominator. In that case one says that the fraction is in its reduced form. 35/20=(5*7)/(5*4)=(5/5)*(7/4)=7/4 7/4 cannot be reduced further, so we say the reduced form of 35/20 is 7/4
Hello may I suggest doing a simple reset of your machine. If you have not tried this please do so.
Simply unplug your printer power wire from the printer and wait about a
minute. Now plug it back in and your problem may be resolved.
Next, if this does not make sure you do not have any print jobs backed up in your computers printer cue.
This can be done by looking in the bottom right corner of your computer
monitor. look for a printer icon. If there is on there click on it and
cancel all print jobs.
Also, check for paper jam, make sure paper is not causing problem.
finally, here are the steps to enlarge and reduce. just in case there is a step you are missing.
Press options: UP or Down arrow.
Enlarging or reducing the image copied You can select the following enlargement or reduction ratios. Custom(25-400%) allows you to enter a ratio from 25% to 400%. 1 Press (Copy) to illuminate it in green. 2 Load your document. 3 Use the dial pad to enter the number of copies you want (up to 99). 4 Press Options and ▲ or ▼ to
5 Press ▲ or ▼ to select the enlargement or reduction ratio you want. Press Menu/Set. —OR— You can select Custom(25-400%) and press Menu/Set. Use the dial pad to enter an enlargement or reduction ratio from 25% to 400%. Press Menu/Set. (For example, press 5 3 to enter 53%.) 6 Press Black Start or Color Start.
Hello, Read the definition of equivalent ratios. Choose the numbers a and b such that a/b=7/17. (Here is a HINT: The operation to perform to obtain a from 7 and b from 17 is the inverse operation that you use to reduce a fraction to its simplest form.) Once you dtermine how you are going to construct a and b, the calculator can then help you express each one as a single number. Sorry I cannot be more specific: You have to make a little effort to understand what you are supposed to be doing.
The only option I see that comes close to this is the "fit to page" option described on page 35 in the manual. Apparently, it detects the size of the original and enlarges it to fit on the paper size selected. Otherwise, I see no options for enlarging or reducing while copying.