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I am trying to set the copier to black and white as default. I do not find in the manual where to change the settings.

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1. Select black on the main copy screen. 2. Select the Utilities/counter button. 3. Select [DETAILS]. 4. Select [2. USER SETTING]. 5. Select [3 Initial settings]. 6. Select [Current Settings]. 7. Return to the main screen.
ftp://207.18.56.26/software/BPG/UserbizhubC351CopyOperFW_G4.pdf
page 12-21

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