Question about Canon imageRUNNER 5000 Copier
I have couple of ideas for ya. But I assure you I can help. First thing is to merely reduce the image slightly by about 4%. OR, you can go into "additional functions" and alter the x and y coordinates whicj allows you to skinny or stretch the image from top to bottom or (in your case) left to right. You can also do an "image shift" which was designed specifically for a 2 sided finished document. All kinds of goodies are available under the additional functions tab. I am sorry I don't have the op panel in front of me , but I believe you will be fine because of the intelligent manner of which you aked the question. But please, by all means feel free to ask back if I can help more. Take care and GFL.!..........................................SPINAL>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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