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This is a simple question that I am often asked, and I decided to put together a little guide on how to add page numbers in various programs/applications as well as from the copier's touch screen. Originally I thought this was something that could be dictated from a Sharp print driver, but it's not. It's accomplished by adjusting the settings of the actual document before you print it out.
Print Page Numbers Onto Copied Documents
1. On the Home screen, touch Copy
2. On the Copy screen, touch Others at the bottom-left
3. On the Others Screen, touch Stamp
4. On the Stamp screen, move to the Page No. tab, then choose the location of the page where you want the page number. You can also choose the pattern or text style that you want the page number to be on the left side of the menu.
5. Touch OK. Your copies will have the page number stamped in the position you chose.
Printing Page Numbers from Microsoft Word or Excel on a Windows PC
1. Open your document
2. Once you're ready to print the document, move to the Insert Tab, and choose Page Number, then choose the position where you'd like the page number printed, and the type/style of the numbering. 3. Your print outs will now have the page number printed on them.
Printing Page Numbers from Adobe Acrobat / Adobe Reader
First of all, Adobe Reader cannot add page numbers to PDF print outs. It's a READ ONLY tool incapable of editing documents. You'll need either Adobe Acrobat Pro, or software similar to what BatesNumberer.com offers.
There is a great video on tv.adobe.com that details how to add page numbers via Adobe Acrobat.
Make the necessary changes to your document to add page numbering before you print it, or before you copy it. There are a ton of other great tutorials for Sharp copiers/printers at www.youtube.com/equipmybiz
Try to print another type of document, i.e : doc, jpg. If it 's no problem at another type of document, the problem is on PDF file ( not allowed printing, security setting), or on software for opening PDF file.
There are 3 settings for print quality on the front panel, good, better, and best. Also when it is set on copy you press the menu button and scroll thru the choices and you will find a contrast setting that you can scroll to a lighter setting.
Try printing document thru your printer rather than Printscreen feature.
Or Printscreen feature copies to clip board which you should be able to open and paste to new document then use your printer set up to adjust.
Make sure your printer set up is set to scale to fit page.
Check the settings of the printer. In the mean time, copy all the printable files to a new folder for safety reasons. Copy them and NOT move them. meaning you have a backup till you sort the problem out.
You may have a couple of problems. First, you say you have more than one icon in your Printers dialog box for 5600 series printers. My guess is that you installed two different drivers, one for the 5600 and one for the 5610.
Try deleting the 5600 printer icon and making the 5610 the default printer. Run the test print again to verify it works, then open a Word document and see if you can print that.
This brings me to the second issue; what exactly are you trying to print? The issue in this case, may not be the printer but an issue with the document. Some documents have a security feature that prevents printing. Try different documents (Word, Excel, etc...) and see if the problem is across the board. Post the results here.