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To adjust the size of the copied images

Please let me know how to adjust the image of the copies to be 100% of the original.

I am just trying to make normal copies of some documents. But they come out smaller than normal.

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Roger

My email is rogerchuy@gmail.com

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1. Press the COPY botton repeatedly until the Reduce/Enlarge menu shows up.
2. Press the > until you reach the setting you want.
3. Press the COPY key repeatedly again until SET NEW DEFAULTS appears.
4. Press > until YES appears and then press OK.

I found this from the Owners Manual that I downloaded, but have not tied it yet.
I think it should work. It is for a friend of mine.

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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