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  • Page 1

    User's Guide

    NPD5746-02 EN



  • Page 2

    User's Guide
    Contents

    Contents
    Making Advanced Network Settings. . . . . . . . . . 30
    Checking the Network Connection Status. . . . . . . . 32
    Network Icon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
    Checking Detailed Network Information
    from the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
    Printing a Network Connection Report. . . . . . . . 33
    Printing a Network Status Sheet. . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
    Replacing or Adding New Access Points. . . . . . . . . 40
    Changing the Connection Method to a Computer. . 40
    Changing the Network Connection to Ethernet
    from the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
    Disabling Wi-Fi from the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . .41
    Disconnecting Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP)
    Connection from the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . 41
    Restoring the Network Settings from the
    Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

    About This Manual
    Introduction to the Manuals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
    Using the Manual to Search for Information. . . . . . . 7
    Marks and Symbols. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
    Descriptions Used in this Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
    Operating System References. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

    Important Instructions
    Safety Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
    Safety Instructions for Ink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Printer Advisories and Warnings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Advisories and Warnings for Setting Up/
    Using the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Advisories and Warnings for Using the
    Printer with a Wireless Connection. . . . . . . . . . . 13
    Advisories and Warnings for Using the
    Touchscreen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
    Protecting Your Personal Information. . . . . . . . . . . 14

    Preparing the Printer
    Loading Papers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
    Available Paper and Capacities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
    Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette. . . . . . . . . . 46
    Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot. . . . . .48
    Loading Envelopes and Precautions. . . . . . . . . . 51
    List of Paper Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
    Placing Originals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
    Available Originals on the ADF. . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
    Placing Originals on the ADF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
    Placing Originals on the Scanner Glass. . . . . . . . 55
    Inserting an External USB Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
    Inserting and Removing an External USB
    Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
    Accessing an External USB Device From a
    Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
    Managing Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
    Registering or Editing Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
    Registering or Editing Grouped Contacts. . . . . . 59
    Registering Frequently Used Contacts. . . . . . . . . 60
    Register Contacts on a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . 60
    Backing up Contacts using a Computer. . . . . . . . 60
    Registering Your Favorite Settings as a Preset. . . . . .60
    Menu Options for Presets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Menu Options for Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Menu Options for General Settings. . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Menu Options for Print Counter. . . . . . . . . . . . .68
    Menu Options for Supply Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
    Menu Options for Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

    Printer Basics
    Part Names and Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    Basic Screen Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Icons displayed in the LCD Screen. . . . . . . . . . . 19
    Touch Screen Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    Entering Characters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    Job/Status Screen Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
    Viewing Animations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

    Network Settings
    Network Connection Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Ethernet Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Wi-Fi Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection. . . . . . . . . 24
    Connecting to a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    Connecting to a Smart Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
    Making Wi-Fi Settings from the Printer. . . . . . . . . .25
    Making Wi-Fi Settings Manually. . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
    Making Wi-Fi Settings by Push Button Setup
    (WPS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
    Making Wi-Fi Settings by PIN Code Setup
    (WPS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP)
    Connection Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

    2



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    Menu Options for Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
    Menu Options for Printer Status/Print. . . . . . . . .70
    Menu Options for Contacts Manager. . . . . . . . . 70
    Menu Options for User Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
    Saving Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
    Saving Power - Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
    Using an Email Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
    Configuring Mail Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
    Email Server Setting Items. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
    Checking an Email Server Connection. . . . . . . . 73

    Using Epson iPrint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
    Using Epson Print Enabler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
    Using AirPrint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
    Canceling Ongoing or Queued Jobs. . . . . . . . . . . .108

    Copying
    Copying Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
    Copying on 2-Sides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
    Copying Multiple Originals onto One Sheet. . . . . .111
    Basic Menu Options for Copying. . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
    Advanced Menu Options for Copying. . . . . . . . . . 112

    Printing
    Printing from the Printer Driver on Windows. . . . . 74
    Accessing the Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
    Printing Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
    Printing on 2-Sides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
    Printing Several Pages on One Sheet. . . . . . . . . . 77
    Printing and Stacking in Page Order (Reverse
    Order Printing). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
    Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document. . . . . 78
    Printing One Image on Multiple Sheets for
    Enlargement (Creating a Poster). . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
    Printing with a Header and Footer. . . . . . . . . . . 85
    Printing a Watermark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
    Printing Password-Protected Files. . . . . . . . . . . .87
    Printing Multiple Files Together. . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
    Printing Using the Color Universal Print
    Feature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
    Adjusting the Print Color. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
    Printing to Emphasize Thin Lines. . . . . . . . . . . . 89
    Printing Clear Bar Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
    Canceling Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
    Menu Options for the Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . 91
    Printing from the Printer Driver on Mac OS. . . . . . 93
    Printing Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
    Printing on 2-Sides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
    Printing Several Pages on One Sheet. . . . . . . . . . 96
    Printing and Stacking in Page Order (Reverse
    Order Printing). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
    Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document. . . . . 97
    Adjusting the Print Color. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
    Canceling Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
    Menu Options for the Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . 98
    Making Operation Settings for the Mac OS
    Printer Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
    Printing Files from a Memory Device. . . . . . . . . . 101
    Printing JPEG Files from a Memory Device. . . . 101
    Printing TIFF Files from a Memory Device. . . . 102
    Menu Options for Memory Device. . . . . . . . . . 102
    Printing from Smart Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104

    Scanning
    Scanning Using the Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
    Saving the Scanned Image to a Shared Folder
    or FTP Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
    Scanning to an Email. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
    Scanning to a Computer (Event Manager). . . . . 127
    Scanning to a Memory Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
    Scanning to the Cloud. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
    Scanning to a Computer (WSD). . . . . . . . . . . . 134
    Scanning from a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
    Authenticating Users on Epson Scan 2 when
    Using Access Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
    Scanning Using Epson Scan 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
    Scanning from Smart Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
    Connecting from Smart Device by Wi-Fi Direct 139
    Installing Epson iPrint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
    Scanning Using Epson iPrint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140
    Scanning by Touching Smart Devices to the
    N-Mark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141

    Faxing
    Setting Up a Fax. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
    Connecting to a Phone Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
    Making Basic Fax Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146
    Sending Faxes Using the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
    Basic Fax Sending Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
    Various Ways of Sending Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
    Receiving Faxes on the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
    Setting Receive Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
    Various Ways of Receiving Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . 160
    Saving and Forwarding Received Faxes
    (Unconditional Save/Forward). . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
    Saving and Forwarding Received Faxes from
    a Specified Sender or at a Specified Time
    (Conditional Save/Forward). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167

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    Sending a Fax from a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
    Sending Documents Created Using an
    Application (Windows). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
    Sending Documents Created Using an
    Application (Mac OS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
    Receiving Faxes on a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
    Setting to Save a Received Fax on a Computer. . 178
    Receiving Faxes on a Computer and Printing
    from the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
    Canceling Received Faxes on the Computer. . . . 179
    Checking for New Faxes (Windows). . . . . . . . . 179
    Checking for New Faxes (Mac OS). . . . . . . . . . 180
    Using the Fax Box Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
    Using the Inbox. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
    Using the Confidential Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
    Using the Stored Documents Box. . . . . . . . . . . 183
    Using the Polling Send Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
    Using the Board Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
    Using Other Faxing Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
    Printing Fax Report and List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
    Setting Security for Faxing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
    Checking Fax Jobs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
    Menu Options for Fax Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
    Recipient. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
    Fax Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
    More. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
    Menu Options for Fax Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192
    Quick Operation Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192
    Send Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
    Receive Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
    Report Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
    Basic Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
    Security Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
    Check Fax Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
    Fax Setting Wizard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
    Menu Options for User Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
    Menu Options for Fax Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200

    Ink Cartridge Handling Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . 203
    Replacing Ink Cartridges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
    Maintenance Box Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
    Maintenance Box Handling Precautions. . . . . . . . 205
    Replacing a Maintenance Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206
    Temporarily Printing with Black Ink. . . . . . . . . . . 206
    Temporarily Printing with Black Ink Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
    Temporarily Printing with Black Ink - Windows 207
    Temporarily Printing with Black Ink - Mac OS. .208
    Conserving Black Ink when the Black Ink Is
    Low (for Windows Only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208

    Maintaining the Printer
    Checking and Cleaning the Print Head. . . . . . . . . 210
    Checking and Cleaning the Print Head Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
    Checking and Cleaning the Print Head Windows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
    Checking and Cleaning the Print Head - Mac
    OS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
    Aligning the Print Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212
    Aligning the Print Head - Control Panel. . . . . . 212
    Cleaning the Paper Path for Ink Smears. . . . . . . . .213
    Cleaning the ADF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213
    Cleaning the Scanner Glass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215

    Network Service and Software
    Information
    Application for Configuring Printer Operations
    (Web Config). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216
    Running Web Config on a Web Browser. . . . . . 216
    Running Web Config on Windows. . . . . . . . . . 217
    Running Web Config on Mac OS. . . . . . . . . . . .217
    Application for Scanning Documents and
    Images (Epson Scan 2). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217
    Adding the Network Scanner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218
    Application for Configuring Scanning
    Operations from the Control Panel (Epson
    Event Manager). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
    Application for Configuring Fax Operations and
    Sending Faxes (FAX Utility). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
    Application for Sending Faxes (PC-FAX Driver). . 220
    Application for Laying Out Photos (Epson Easy
    Photo Print). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220
    Application for Printing Web Pages (E-Web Print) 221

    Replacing Ink Cartridges and Other
    Consumables
    Checking the Status of the Remaining Ink and
    the Maintenance Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
    Checking the Status of the Remaining Ink
    and the Maintenance Box - Control Panel. . . . . 201
    Checking the Status of the Remaining Ink
    and the Maintenance Box - Windows. . . . . . . . .201
    Checking the Status of the Remaining Ink
    and the Maintenance Box - Mac OS. . . . . . . . . .201
    Ink Cartridge Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202

    4



  • Page 5

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    Contents

    Application for Configuring Multiple Devices
    (EpsonNet Config). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 221
    Software Update Tools (EPSON Software
    Updater). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222
    Installing the Latest Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . .223
    Updating the Printer's Firmware Using the
    Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .224
    Uninstalling Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
    Uninstalling Applications - Windows. . . . . . . . .224
    Uninstalling Applications - Mac OS. . . . . . . . . .225
    Printing Using a Network Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . 226

    Banding or Unexpected Colors Appear. . . . . . . 245
    Colored Banding Appears at Intervals of
    Approximately 2.5 cm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245
    Blurry Prints, Vertical Banding, or
    Misalignment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246
    Print Quality is Poor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246
    Paper Is Smeared or Scuffed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247
    Paper is Smeared During Automatic 2-Sided
    Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
    Printed Photos are Sticky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
    Images or Photos are Printed in Unexpected
    Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
    Cannot Print Without Margins. . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
    Edges of the Image are Cropped During
    Borderless Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249
    The Position, Size, or Margins of the Printout
    Are Incorrect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
    Printed Characters Are Incorrect or Garbled. . . 250
    The Printed Image Is Inverted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250
    Mosaic-Like Patterns in the Prints. . . . . . . . . . .250
    Uneven Colors, Smears, Dots, or Straight
    Lines Appear in the Copied Image. . . . . . . . . . .250
    Moiré (Cross-Hatch) Patterns Appear in the
    Copied Image. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
    An Image of the Reverse Side of the Original
    Appears in the Copied Image. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
    The Printout Problem Could Not be Cleared. . . 251
    Other Printing Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
    Printing Is Too Slow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
    Printing Slows Down Dramatically During
    Continuous Printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252
    Cannot Cancel Printing from a Computer
    Running Mac OS X v10.6.8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
    Cannot Start Scanning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
    Scanned Image Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
    Uneven Colors, Dirt, Spots, and so on Appear
    when Scanning from the Scanner Glass. . . . . . . 253
    Straight Lines Appear when Scanning from
    ADF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
    The Image Quality Is Rough. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
    Offset Appears in the Background of Images. . . 254
    Text is Blurred. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
    Moiré Patterns (Web-Like Shadows) Appear. . . 255
    Cannot Scan the Correct Area on the
    Scanner Glass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .255
    Text is Not Recognized Correctly when
    Saving as a Searchable PDF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255
    Cannot Solve Problems in the Scanned Image. . 256
    Cannot Save Scanned Images to the Shared Folder 257
    Checking Messages on the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . 257
    Saving the Scanned Images Takes a Long Time. .258

    Solving Problems
    Checking the Printer Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .227
    Checking Messages on the LCD Screen. . . . . . . 227
    Error Code on the Status Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
    Checking the Printer Status - Windows. . . . . . . 232
    Checking the Printer Status - Mac OS. . . . . . . . 233
    Checking the Software Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
    Removing Jammed Paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
    Paper Does Not Feed Correctly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234
    Paper Jams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234
    Paper Feeds at a Slant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
    Several Sheets of Paper are Fed at a Time. . . . . . 235
    Original Does Not Feed in the ADF. . . . . . . . . .235
    Power and Control Panel Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . 236
    Power Does Not Turn On. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
    Power Does Not Turn Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
    Power Turns Off Automatically. . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
    LCD Screen Gets Dark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236
    Touch Screen Does Not Respond. . . . . . . . . . . .236
    Cannot Operate from the Control Panel. . . . . . 236
    Cannot Print from a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237
    Checking the Connection (USB). . . . . . . . . . . . 237
    Checking the Connection (Network). . . . . . . . .237
    Checking the Software and Data. . . . . . . . . . . . 238
    Checking the Printer Status from the
    Computer (Windows). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240
    Checking the printer status from the
    computer (Mac OS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240
    When You Cannot Make Network Settings. . . . . . 241
    Cannot Connect from Devices Even Though
    Network Settings are No Problems. . . . . . . . . . 241
    Checking the SSID Connected to the Printer. . . 243
    Checking the SSID for the Computer. . . . . . . . .243
    Cannot Print from an iPhone or iPad. . . . . . . . . . 244
    Printout Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244
    Printout is Scuffed or Color is Missing. . . . . . . .244

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    Switch Between Private Network and Public
    Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
    Other Scanning Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261
    Scanning Speed Is Slow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .261
    Cannot Send the Scanned Image by Email. . . . . 261
    Scanning Stops when Scanning to PDF/
    Multi-TIFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261
    Problems when Sending and Receiving Faxes. . . . .261
    Cannot Send or Receive Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . .261
    Cannot Send Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 263
    Cannot Send Faxes to a Specific Recipient. . . . . 263
    Cannot Send Faxes at a Specified Time. . . . . . . 264
    Cannot Receive Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 264
    Cannot Save Received Faxes to a Memory
    Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 264
    Memory Full Error Occurs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
    Sent Fax Quality Is Poor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
    Faxes Are Sent at the Wrong Size. . . . . . . . . . . .266
    Received Fax Quality Is Poor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .266
    Cannot Receive A3 Size Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266
    Received Faxes Are Not Printed. . . . . . . . . . . . 267
    Pages are Blank or only a Small Amount of
    Text is Printed on the Second Page in
    Received Faxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267
    Other Faxing Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .267
    Cannot Make Calls on the Connected
    Telephone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267
    Answering Machine Cannot Answer Voice
    Calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267
    Sender's Fax Number Not Displayed on
    Received Faxes or the Number Is Wrong. . . . . . 268
    Other Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268
    Slight Electric Shock when Touching the
    Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .268
    Operation Sounds Are Loud. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268
    Rear Paper Feed Slot is Removed. . . . . . . . . . . .268
    The Date and Time Are Incorrect. . . . . . . . . . . 269
    Memory Device Is not Recognized. . . . . . . . . . 269
    Cannot Save Data to a Memory Device. . . . . . . 269
    Forgot Your Password. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .269
    Application Is Blocked by a Firewall (for
    Windows Only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269
    "!" Is Displayed on the Photo Selection Screen. . 269

    Network Function List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272
    Wi-Fi Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273
    Ethernet Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273
    Security Protocol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274
    Supported Third Party Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 274
    External USB Device Specifications. . . . . . . . . . 274
    Supported Data Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . .274
    Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275
    Electrical Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275
    Environmental Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276
    System Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276
    Regulatory Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
    Standards and Approvals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
    German Blue Angel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278
    Restrictions on Copying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278
    Transporting the Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279
    Messages Displayed During Connection Check. . . 281
    Copyright. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283
    Trademarks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283
    Where to Get Help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 284
    Technical Support Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .284
    Contacting Epson Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 284

    Appendix
    Technical Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270
    Printer Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270
    Scanner Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271
    Interface Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271
    Fax Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .272

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    About This Manual

    About This Manual
    Introduction to the Manuals
    The following manuals are supplied with your Epson printer. As well as the manuals, check the various types of
    help information available from the printer itself or from the Epson software applications.
    ❏ Important Safety Instructions (paper manual)
    Provides you with instructions to ensure the safe use of this printer.
    ❏ Start Here (paper manual)
    Provides you with information on setting up the printer and installing the software.
    ❏ User's Guide (digital manual)
    This manual. Provides overall information and instructions on using the printer, on network settings when
    using the printer on a network, and on solving problems.
    ❏ Administrator's Guide (digital manual)
    Provides network administrators with information on management and printer settings.
    You can obtain the latest versions of the above manuals with the following methods.
    ❏ Paper manual
    Visit the Epson Europe support website at http://www.epson.eu/Support, or the Epson worldwide support
    website at http://support.epson.net/.
    ❏ Digital manual
    Start EPSON Software Updater on your computer. EPSON Software Updater checks for available updates of
    Epson software applications and the digital manuals, and allows you to download the latest ones.
    Related Information
    & “Software Update Tools (EPSON Software Updater)” on page 222

    Using the Manual to Search for Information
    The PDF manual allows you to search for information you are looking for by keyword, or jump directly to specific
    sections using the bookmarks. You can also print only the pages you need. This section explains how to use a PDF
    manual that has been opened in Adobe Reader X on your computer.

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    Searching by keyword
    Click Edit > Advanced Search. Enter the keyword (text) for information you want to find in the search window,
    and then click Search. Hits are displayed as a list. Click one of the displayed hits to jump to that page.

    Jumping directly from bookmarks
    Click a title to jump to that page. Click + to view the lower level titles in that section. To return to the previous
    page, perform the following operation on your keyboard.
    ❏ Windows: Hold down Alt, and then press ←.
    ❏ Mac OS: Hold down the command key, and then press ←.

    Printing only the pages you need
    You can extract and print only the pages you need. Click Print in the File menu, and then specify the pages you
    want to print in Pages in Pages to Print.
    ❏ To specify a series of pages, enter a hyphen between the start page and the end page.
    Example: 20-25
    ❏ To specify pages that are not in series, divide the pages with commas.
    Example: 5, 10, 15

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    Marks and Symbols

    ! Caution:
    Instructions that must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury.
    c Important:
    Instructions that must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment.
    Note:
    Provides complementary and reference information.

    & Related Information
    Links to related sections.

    Descriptions Used in this Manual
    ❏ Screenshots of the printer driver and the Epson Scan 2 (scanner driver) screens are from Windows 10 or macOS
    Sierra. The content displayed on the screens varies depending on the model and situation.
    ❏ Illustrations of the printer used in this manual are examples only. Although there may be slight differences
    depending on the model, the method of operation is the same.
    ❏ Some of the menu items on the LCD screen vary depending on the model and settings.

    Operating System References
    Windows
    In this manual, terms such as "Windows 10", "Windows 8.1", "Windows 8", "Windows 7", "Windows Vista",
    "Windows XP", "Windows Server 2016", "Windows Server 2012 R2", "Windows Server 2012", "Windows Server 2008
    R2", "Windows Server 2008", "Windows Server 2003 R2", and "Windows Server 2003" refer to the following
    operating systems. Additionally, "Windows" is used to refer to all versions.
    ❏ Microsoft Windows 10 operating system

    ®
    ®
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows 8 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows 7 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Vista operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows XP operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2016 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2012 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows 8.1 operating system

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    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system

    ®
    ®
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system
    ®
    ®
    ❏ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 operating system

    Mac OS
    In this manual, "Mac OS" is used to refer to macOS Sierra, OS X El Capitan, OS X Yosemite, OS X Mavericks, OS X
    Mountain Lion, Mac OS X v10.7.x, and Mac OS X v10.6.8.

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    Important Instructions
    Safety Instructions
    Read and follow these instructions to ensure safe use of this printer. Make sure you keep this manual for future
    reference. Also, be sure to follow all warnings and instructions marked on the printer.
    ❏ Some of the symbols used on your printer are to ensure safety and proper use of the printer. Visit the following
    Web site to learn the meaning of the symbols.
    http://support.epson.net/symbols
    ❏ Use only the power cord supplied with the printer and do not use the cord with any other equipment. Use of
    other cords with this printer or the use of the supplied power cord with other equipment may result in fire or
    electric shock.
    ❏ Be sure your AC power cord meets the relevant local safety standard.
    ❏ Never disassemble, modify, or attempt to repair the power cord, plug, printer unit, scanner unit, or options by
    yourself, except as specifically explained in the printer's manuals.
    ❏ Unplug the printer and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
    The power cord or plug is damaged; liquid has entered the printer; the printer has been dropped or the casing
    damaged; the printer does not operate normally or exhibits a distinct change in performance. Do not adjust
    controls that are not covered by the operating instructions.
    ❏ Place the printer near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged.
    ❏ Do not place or store the printer outdoors, near excessive dirt or dust, water, heat sources, or in locations
    subject to shocks, vibrations, high temperature or humidity.
    ❏ Take care not to spill liquid on the printer and not to handle the printer with wet hands.
    ❏ Keep the printer at least 22 cm away from cardiac pacemakers. Radio waves from this printer may adversely
    affect the operation of cardiac pacemakers.
    ❏ If the LCD screen is damaged, contact your dealer. If the liquid crystal solution gets on your hands, wash them
    thoroughly with soap and water. If the liquid crystal solution gets into your eyes, flush them immediately with
    water. If discomfort or vision problems remain after a thorough flushing, see a doctor immediately.
    ❏ Avoid using a telephone during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
    ❏ Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.

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    ❏ The printer is heavy and should not be lifted or carried by less than two people. When lifting the printer, two or
    more people should assume the correct positions as shown below.

    Safety Instructions for Ink
    ❏ Be careful when you handle used ink cartridges, as there may be some ink around the ink supply port.
    ❏ If ink gets on your skin, wash the area thoroughly with soap and water.
    ❏ If ink gets into your eyes, flush them immediately with water. If discomfort or vision problems continue after
    a thorough flushing, see a doctor immediately.
    ❏ If ink gets into your mouth, see a doctor right away.
    ❏ Do not disassemble the ink cartridge and the maintenance box; otherwise ink may get into your eyes or on your
    skin.
    ❏ Do not shake ink cartridges too vigorously and do not drop them. Also, be careful not to squeeze them or tear
    their labels. Doing so may cause ink leakage.
    ❏ Keep ink cartridges and maintenance box out of the reach of children.

    Printer Advisories and Warnings
    Read and follow these instructions to avoid damaging the printer or your property. Make sure you keep this
    manual for future reference.

    Advisories and Warnings for Setting Up/Using the Printer
    ❏ Do not block or cover the vents and openings in the printer.
    ❏ Use only the type of power source indicated on the printer's label.
    ❏ Avoid using outlets on the same circuit as photocopiers or air control systems that regularly switch on and off.
    ❏ Avoid electrical outlets controlled by wall switches or automatic timers.

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    ❏ Keep the entire computer system away from potential sources of electromagnetic interference, such as
    loudspeakers or the base units of cordless telephones.
    ❏ The power-supply cords should be placed to avoid abrasions, cuts, fraying, crimping, and kinking. Do not place
    objects on top of the power-supply cords and do not allow the power-supply cords to be stepped on or run over.
    Be particularly careful to keep all the power-supply cords straight at the ends and the points where they enter
    and leave the transformer.
    ❏ If you use an extension cord with the printer, make sure that the total ampere rating of the devices plugged into
    the extension cord does not exceed the cord's ampere rating. Also, make sure that the total ampere rating of all
    devices plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed the wall outlet's ampere rating.
    ❏ If you plan to use the printer in Germany, the building installation must be protected by a 10 or 16 amp circuit
    breaker to provide adequate short-circuit protection and over-current protection for the printer.
    ❏ When connecting the printer to a computer or other device with a cable, ensure the correct orientation of the
    connectors. Each connector has only one correct orientation. Inserting a connector in the wrong orientation
    may damage both devices connected by the cable.
    ❏ Place the printer on a flat, stable surface that extends beyond the base of the printer in all directions. The printer
    will not operate properly if it is tilted at an angle.
    ❏ When storing or transporting the printer, avoid tilting it, placing it vertically, or turning it upside down;
    otherwise ink may leak.
    ❏ Allow space above the printer so that you can fully raise the document cover.
    ❏ Leave enough space in front of the printer for the paper to be fully ejected.
    ❏ Avoid places subject to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Also, keep the printer away from direct
    sunlight, strong light, or heat sources.
    ❏ Do not insert objects through the slots in the printer.
    ❏ Do not put your hand inside the printer during printing.
    ❏ Do not touch the white flat cable inside the printer.
    ❏ Do not use aerosol products that contain flammable gases inside or around the printer. Doing so may cause fire.
    ❏ Do not move the print head by hand; otherwise, you may damage the printer.
    ❏ Be careful not to trap your fingers when closing the scanner unit.
    ❏ Do not press too hard on the scanner glass when placing the originals.
    ❏ Always turn the printer off using the P button. Do not unplug the printer or turn off the power at the outlet
    until the P light stops flashing.
    ❏ Before transporting the printer, make sure that the print head is in the home (far right) position and the ink
    cartridges are in place.
    ❏ If you are not going to use the printer for a long period, be sure to unplug the power cord from the electrical
    outlet.

    Advisories and Warnings for Using the Printer with a Wireless
    Connection
    ❏ Radio waves from this printer may negatively affect the operation of medical electronic equipment, causing
    them to malfunction. When using this printer inside medical facilities or near medical equipment, follow
    directions from the authorized personnel representing the medical facilities, and follow all posted warnings and
    directions on the medical equipment.

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    ❏ Radio waves from this printer may negatively affect the operation of automatically controlled devices such as
    automatic doors or fire alarms, and could lead to accidents due to malfunction. When using this printer near
    automatically controlled devices, follow all posted warnings and directions on these devices.

    Advisories and Warnings for Using the Touchscreen
    ❏ The LCD screen may contain a few small bright or dark spots, and because of its features it may have an uneven
    brightness. These are normal and do not indicate that it is damaged in any way.
    ❏ Only use a dry, soft cloth for cleaning. Do not use liquid or chemical cleaners.
    ❏ The exterior cover of the touchscreen could break if it receives a heavy impact. Contact your dealer if the panel
    surface chips or cracks, and do not touch or attempt to remove the broken pieces.
    ❏ Press the touchscreen gently with your finger. Do not press force or operate with your nails.
    ❏ Do not use sharp objects such as ball point pens or sharp pencils to perform operations.
    ❏ Condensation inside the touchscreen due to abrupt changes in temperature or humidity may cause
    performance to deteriorate.

    Protecting Your Personal Information
    When you give the printer to someone else or dispose of it, erase all the personal information stored in the printer's
    memory by selecting the menus on the control panel as described below.
    Settings > General Settings > System Administration > Restore Default Settings > Clear All Data and Settings

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    Printer Basics
    Part Names and Functions

    A

    ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) cover

    Open when removing jammed originals in the ADF.

    B

    ADF edge guide

    Feeds originals straight into the printer. Slide to the edges of the
    originals.

    C

    ADF input tray

    Feeds originals automatically.

    D

    ADF output tray

    Holds originals ejected from the ADF.

    E

    Paper cassette 1 or Paper cassette

    Loads paper.

    F

    Paper cassette 2

    Available models only.
    Loads paper.

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    A

    Edge guide

    Feeds the paper straight into the printer. Slide to the edges of the
    paper.

    B

    Rear paper feed slot

    Load one sheet of paper at a time by hand.

    C

    Output tray

    Holds the ejected paper.

    D

    Edge guide

    Feeds the paper straight into the printer. Slide to the edges of the
    paper.

    E

    Paper cassette

    Loads paper.

    F

    Paper cassette cover

    Prevents foreign substance from entering the paper cassette.

    A

    Document cover

    Blocks external light while scanning.

    B

    Scanner glass

    Place the originals.

    C

    Control panel

    Operates the printer.
    You can change the angle of the control panel.

    D

    External interface USB port

    Connects memory devices.

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    A

    Scanner unit

    Scans placed originals. Open when replacing ink cartridges or
    removing jammed paper inside the printer.

    B

    Ink cartridge cover

    Open when replacing ink cartridges.

    C

    Ink cartridge holder

    Install the ink cartridges. Ink is ejected from the print head nozzles
    underneath.

    A

    Rear cover 2

    Remove when removing jammed paper.

    B

    Rear cover 1

    Open when replacing the maintenance box or removing jammed
    paper.

    C

    AC inlet

    Connects the power cord.

    D

    LINE port

    Connects a phone line.

    E

    EXT. port

    Connects external phone devices.

    F

    LAN port

    Connects a LAN cable.

    G

    USB port

    Connects a USB cable.

    Control Panel

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    A

    Turns the printer on or off.
    Unplug the power cord when the power light is off.

    B

    Pass a smart device over this mark to print or scan from the smart device directly.

    C

    Turns on when received documents that have not yet been read, printed, or saved, are stored in the printer's
    memory.

    D

    Displays the home screen.

    E

    Displays menus and messages.

    F

    Displays the Help screen.
    You can check solutions to problems from here.

    G

    Stops the current operation.

    H

    Pauses the current job and allows you to interrupt another job. Press this button again to restart a paused job.

    I

    Resets the current settings to user default settings. If user default settings have not been made, resets to the
    factory default.

    J

    Displays the Paper Setting screen. You can select the paper size and paper type settings for each paper source.

    K

    Displays the Job/Status menu. You can check the printer's status and job history.
    The error light on the left flashes or turns on when an error occurs.
    The data light on the right flashes when the printer is processing data. It turns on when there are queued jobs.

    L

    Enters numbers, characters, and symbols.

    M

    Displays the Contacts list. You can register, edit or delete the contacts.

    N

    Clears number settings such as the number of copies.

    Basic Screen Configuration

    A

    Indicates items that have been setup for the printer as icons. Select each icon to check the current settings or access
    each setting menu.

    B

    Displays each menu. You can add or change the sequence.

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    C

    Indicates an ongoing job and the printer's status. Select message to display the Job/Status menu.
    Displays the date and time when the printer is not working or there are no errors.

    D

    Switch tabs.

    E

    Indicates the setting items. Select each item to set or change the settings.
    The grayed out items are not available. Select the item to check why they are unavailable.

    F

    Execute the current settings. Available functions vary depending on each menu.

    Icons displayed in the LCD Screen
    The following icons are displayed on the LCD screen depending on the printer's status.
    Displays the Printer Status screen.
    You can check the approximate ink levels and the approximate service life of the maintenance box.
    Indicates the network connection status.
    Select the icon to check and change the current settings. This is the shortcut for the following menu.
    Settings > General Settings > Network Settings > Wi-Fi Setup
    The printer is not connected to a wired (Ethernet) network or unset it.
    The printer is connected to a wired (Ethernet) network.
    The printer is not connected to a wireless (Wi-Fi) network.
    The printer is searching for SSID, unset IP address, or having a problem with a wireless (Wi-Fi)
    network.
    The printer is connected to a wireless (Wi-Fi) network.
    The number of bars indicates the signal strength of the connection. The more bars there are, the
    stronger the connection.
    The printer is not connected to a wireless (Wi-Fi) network in Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) mode.
    The printer is connected to a wireless (Wi-Fi) network in Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) mode.
    Displays the Device Sound Settings screen. You can set Mute and Quiet Mode.
    You can also access the Sound menu from this screen. This is the shortcut for the following menu.
    Settings > General Settings > Basic Settings > Sound
    Indicates whether or not Quiet Mode is set for the printer. When this feature is enabled, the noise
    made by printer operations is reduced, but print speed may slow down. However, noises may not
    be reduced depending on the selected paper type and print quality.

    Indicates that Mute is set for the printer.
    Select the icon to enter sleep mode. When the icon is grayed out, the printer cannot enter sleep mode.

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    Indicates that the user restriction feature is enabled. Select this icon to log in to the printer. You need to
    select a user name and then enter a password. Contact your printer administrator for login information.
    Indicates that a user with access permission has logged in.
    Select the icon to logout.
    Displays the Fax Data Information screen.
    Indicates that the settings have been changed from the user default or the factory default.
    Indicates that there is additional information. Select the icon to displays the message.
    Indicates a problem with the items. Select the icon to check how to solve the problem.
    Indicates that there is data that has not yet been read, printed, or saved. The number displayed indicates
    the number of data items.

    Related Information
    & “Network Settings” on page 65
    & “Sound:” on page 61

    Touch Screen Operations
    The touchscreen is compatible with the following operations.
    Tap

    Press or select the items or the icons.

    Flick

    Scroll the screen swiftly.

    Slide

    Hold and move the items around.

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    Entering Characters
    You can enter characters and symbols by using on-screen keyboard when you register a contact, make network
    settings, and so on.

    Note:
    Available icons vary depending on the setting item.
    A

    Indicates the character count.

    B

    Moves the cursor to the input position.

    C

    Switches between upper case and lower case or numbers and symbols.

    D

    Switches the character type. You can enter alphanumerics and symbols.

    E

    Switches the character type. You can enter alphanumerics and special characters such as umlauts and accents.

    F

    Enters frequently used email domain addresses or URLs by simply selecting the item.

    G

    Enters a space.

    H

    Enters character.

    I

    Deletes a character to the left.

    Job/Status Screen Configuration
    Press the

    button to display the Job/Status menu. You can check the status of the printer or the jobs.

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    A

    Switches the displayed lists.

    B

    Filter the jobs by functional.

    C

    When Active is selected, displays the list of ongoing jobs and jobs waiting to be processed.
    When Log is selected, displays the job history.
    You can cancel jobs or check the error code displayed in the history when the job has failed.

    D

    Indicates the approximate ink levels.

    E

    Indicates the approximate service life of the maintenance box.

    F

    Displays any errors that have occurred in the printer. Select the error from the list to display the error message.

    Related Information
    & “Error Code on the Status Menu” on page 228

    Viewing Animations
    You can view animations of operating instructions such as loading paper or removing jammed paper on the LCD
    screen.
    ❏ Tap
    on the right of the LCD screen: Displays the help screen. Tap How To and select the items that you want
    to view.
    ❏ Select How To at the bottom of the operation screen: Displays the context-sensitive animation.

    A

    Indicates the total number of steps and the current step number.
    In the example above, it shows step 3 from 7 steps.

    B

    Returns to the previous step.

    C

    Indicates your progress through the current step. The animation repeats when the progress bar reaches the end.

    D

    Moves to next step.

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    Network Settings
    Network Connection Types
    You can use the following connection methods.

    Ethernet Connection
    Connect the printer to a hub with an Ethernet cable.
    See Administrator's Guide to assign a static IP address.

    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    Wi-Fi Connection
    Connect the printer and the computer or smart device to the access point. This is the typical connection method
    for home or office networks where computers are connected by Wi-Fi through the access point.

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    Related Information
    & “Connecting to a Computer” on page 24
    & “Connecting to a Smart Device” on page 25
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings from the Printer” on page 25

    Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection
    Use this connection method when you are not using Wi-Fi at home or at the office, or when you want to connect
    the printer and the computer or smart device directly. In this mode, the printer acts as an access point and you can
    connect up to four devices to the printer without having to use a standard access point. However, devices directly
    connected to the printer cannot communicate with each other through the printer.
    Note:
    Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection is a connection method designed to replace Ad Hoc mode.

    The printer can be connected by Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection simultaneously.
    However, if you start a network connection in Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection when the printer is connected
    by Wi-Fi, the Wi-Fi is temporarily disconnected.
    Related Information
    & “Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection Settings” on page 29

    Connecting to a Computer
    We recommend using the installer to connect the printer to a computer. You can run the installer using one of the
    following methods.
    ❏ Setting up from the website
    Access the following website, and then enter the product name. Go to Setup, and then start setting up.
    http://epson.sn
    ❏ Setting up using the software disc (only for the models that come with a software disc and users with computers
    with disc drives.)
    Insert the software disc into the computer, and then follow the on-screen instructions.

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    Selecting the Connection Methods
    Follow the on-screen instructions until the following screen is displayed, and then select the connection method of
    the printer to the computer.
    Select the connection type and then click Next.

    Follow the on-screen instructions.

    Connecting to a Smart Device
    You can use the printer from a smart device when you connect the printer to the same Wi-Fi network (SSID) as the
    smart device. To use the printer from a smart device, set up from the following website. Access to the website from
    the smart device that you want to connect to the printer.
    http://epson.sn > Setup
    Note:
    If you want to connect a computer and a smart device to the printer at the same time, we recommend connecting the
    computer first.

    Making Wi-Fi Settings from the Printer
    You can make network settings from the printer's control panel in several ways. Choose the connection method
    that matches the environment and conditions that you are using.
    If you know the information for the access point such as SSID and password, you can make settings manually.
    If the access point supports WPS, you can make settings by using push button setup.

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    After connecting the printer to the network, connect to the printer from the device that you want to use (computer,
    smart device, tablet, and so on.)
    Make advanced network settings to use a static IP address.
    Related Information
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings Manually” on page 26
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings by Push Button Setup (WPS)” on page 27
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings by PIN Code Setup (WPS)” on page 28
    & “Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection Settings” on page 29
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    Making Wi-Fi Settings Manually
    To set up manually, you need the SSID and password for an access point.
    Note:
    If you are using an access point with its default settings, the SSID and password are on the label. If you do not know the SSID
    and password, contact the person who set up the access point, or see the documentation provided with the access point.

    1.

    Tap

    on the home screen.

    2.

    Select Router.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.
    If the network connection is already set up, the connection details are displayed. Tap Change to Wi-Fi
    connection. or Change Settings to change the settings.

    4.

    Select Wi-Fi Setup Wizard .

    5.

    Select the SSID for the access point.
    Note:
    ❏ If the SSID you want to connect to is not displayed on the printer’s control panel, tap Search Again to update the list.
    Still not displayed, tap Enter Manually, and then enter the SSID directly.
    ❏ If you do not know the SSID, check if it is written on the label of the access point. If you are using the access point
    with its default settings, use the SSID written on the label.

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    6.

    Enter the password.
    Note:
    ❏ The password is case-sensitive.
    ❏ If you do not know the password, check if it is written on the label of the access point. If you are using the access point
    with its default settings, use the password written on the label. The password may also be called a "Key", a
    "Passphrase", and so on.
    ❏ If you do not know the password for the access point, see the documentation provided with the access point, or
    contact the person who set it up.

    7.

    When you have setup finished, tap Start Setup.

    8.

    Tap OK to finish.
    Note:
    If you fail to connect, load A4 size plain paper, and then tap Print Check Report to print a connection report.

    9.

    Close the network connection settings screen.

    Related Information
    & “Entering Characters” on page 21
    & “Checking the Network Connection Status” on page 32
    & “When You Cannot Make Network Settings” on page 241

    Making Wi-Fi Settings by Push Button Setup (WPS)
    You can automatically set up a Wi-Fi network by pressing a button on the access point. If the following conditions
    are met, you can set up by using this method.
    ❏ The access point is compatible with WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup).
    ❏ The current Wi-Fi connection was established by pressing a button on the access point.
    Note:
    If you cannot find the button or you are setting up using the software, see the documentation provided with the access point.

    1.

    Tap

    on the home screen.

    2.

    Select Router.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.
    If the network connection is already set up, the connection details are displayed. Tap Change to Wi-Fi
    connection. or Change Settings to change the settings.

    4.

    Select Push Button Setup(WPS).

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    5.

    Hold down the [WPS] button on the access point until the security light flashes.

    If you do not know where the [WPS] button is, or there are no buttons on the access point, see the
    documentation provided with your access point for details.
    6.

    Tap Start Setup.

    7.

    Close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.
    Note:
    If connection fails, restart the access point, move it closer to the printer, and try again. If it still does not work, print a
    network connection report and check the solution.

    8.

    Close the network connection settings screen.

    Related Information
    & “Checking the Network Connection Status” on page 32
    & “When You Cannot Make Network Settings” on page 241

    Making Wi-Fi Settings by PIN Code Setup (WPS)
    You can automatically connect to an access point by using a PIN code. You can use this method to set up if an
    access point is capable of WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup). Use a computer to enter a PIN code into the access point.
    on the home screen.

    1.

    Tap

    2.

    Select Router.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.
    If the network connection is already set up, the connection details are displayed. Tap Change to Wi-Fi
    connection. or Change Settings to change the settings.

    4.

    Select Others > PIN Code Setup(WPS)

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    5.

    Use your computer to enter the PIN code (an eight digit number) displayed on the printer's control panel into
    the access point within two minutes.
    Note:
    See the documentation provided with your access point for details on entering a PIN code.

    6.

    Tap Start Setup.

    7.

    Close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time if you do not select Close.
    Note:
    If connection fails, restart the access point, move it closer to the printer, and try again. If it still does not work, print a
    connection report and check the solution.

    8.

    Close the network connection settings screen.

    Related Information
    & “Checking the Network Connection Status” on page 32
    & “When You Cannot Make Network Settings” on page 241

    Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection Settings
    This method allows you to connect the printer directly to devices without an access point. The printer acts as an
    access point.

    c Important:
    When you connect from a computer or smart device to the printer using the Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection,
    the printer is connected to the same Wi-Fi network (SSID) as the computer or smart device and the communication
    is established between them. Since the computer or smart device is automatically connected to the other connectable
    Wi-Fi network if the printer is turned off, it is not connected to the previous Wi-Fi network again if the printer is
    turned on. Connect to the printer's SSID for Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection from the computer or smart
    device again. If you do not want to connect every time you turn the printer on or off, we recommend using Wi-Fi
    network by connecting the printer to an access point.

    1.

    Tap

    on the home screen.

    2.

    Select Wi-Fi Direct.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.
    If you have made Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) settings, the detailed connection information is displayed. Go to
    step 5.

    4.

    Tap Start Setup.

    5.

    Check the SSID and password displayed on the printer's control panel. On the computer's network connection
    screen or the smart device's Wi-Fi screen, select the SSID shown on the printer's control panel to connect.
    Note:
    You can check the connection method on the Web site. To access the Web site, scan the QR code displayed on the
    printer's control panel using the smart device or enter the URL (http://epson.sn) on the computer, and then go to Setup.

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    6.

    Enter the password displayed on the printer's control panel on the computer or smart device.

    7.

    After the connection is established, tap OK or Close on the printer's control panel.

    8.

    Close the screen.

    Related Information
    & “Checking the Network Connection Status” on page 32
    & “When You Cannot Make Network Settings” on page 241

    Making Advanced Network Settings
    You can change the network device name, TCP/IP setup, proxy server and so on. Check your network environment
    before making changes.
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Advanced.

    3.

    Select the menu item for settings, and then select or specify the setting values.

    Setting Items for Advanced Network Settings
    Select the menu item for settings, and then select or specify the setting values.
    ❏ Device Name
    You can enter the following characters.
    ❏ Character limits: 2 to 15 (you must enter at least 2 characters)
    ❏ Usable characters: A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9, -.
    ❏ Characters you cannot use at the top: 0 to 9, -.
    ❏ Characters you cannot use at the bottom: ❏ TCP/IP
    ❏ Auto
    Select when you are using an access point at home or you are allowing the IP address to be acquired
    automatically by DHCP.
    ❏ Manual
    Select when you do not want the printer's IP address to be changed. Enter the addresses for IP Address,
    Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway, and make DNS Server settings according to your network environment.
    ❏ Proxy Server
    ❏ Do Not Use
    Select when you are using the printer in a home network environment.
    ❏ Use
    Select when you are using a proxy server in your network environment and you want to set it to the printer.
    Enter the proxy server address and port number.

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    ❏ Email Server
    ❏ Server Settings
    You can select the server from Off, POP before SMTP, or SMTP-AUTH.
    ❏ Connection Check
    You can check the connection for e-mail server. If an error occurs when performing Connection Check, see
    the explanation of the Connection Check message.
    ❏ IPv6 Address
    ❏ Enable
    Select this when using an IPv6 address.
    ❏ Disable
    Select this when using an IPv4 address.
    ❏ MS Network Sharing
    ❏ Enable
    Use MS Network service.
    ❏ Disable
    Disables the MS Network service.
    ❏ File Sharing
    Enables or disables the file sharing function.
    ❏ NFC
    ❏ Enable
    Enables the printer's NFC function. You can print and scan by touching the smart device to theN-Mark.
    ❏ Disable
    Disables the printer's NFC function.
    ❏ Link Speed & Duplex
    Select an appropriate Ethernet speed and duplex setting. If you select a setting other than Auto, make sure the
    setting corresponds to the settings on the hub you are using.
    ❏ Auto
    ❏ 10BASE-T Half Duplex
    ❏ 10BASE-T Full Duplex
    ❏ 100BASE-TX Half Duplex
    ❏ 100BASE-TX Full Duplex
    ❏ Redirect HTTP to HTTPS
    ❏ Enable
    Enables the redirect function for HTTP to HTTPS.
    ❏ Disable
    Disables the redirect function for HTTP to HTTPS.

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    Checking the Network Connection Status
    You can check the network connection status in the following way.

    Network Icon
    You can check the network connection status and strength of the radio wave using the network icon on the
    printer's home screen.

    Related Information
    & “Icons displayed in the LCD Screen” on page 19

    Checking Detailed Network Information from the Control Panel
    When your printer is connected to the network, you can also view other network-related information by selecting
    the network menus you want to check.
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Network Status.

    3.

    To check the information, select the menus that you want to check.
    ❏ Wired LAN/Wi-Fi Status
    Displays the network information (device name, connection, signal strength, and so on) for Ethernet or WiFi connections.
    ❏ Wi-Fi Direct Status
    Displays whether Wi-Fi Direct is enabled or disabled, and the SSID, password and so on for Wi-Fi Direct
    connections.
    ❏ Email Server Status
    Displays the network information for email server.
    ❏ Print Status Sheet
    Prints a network status sheet. The information for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and so on is printed on
    two or more pages.

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    Printing a Network Connection Report
    You can print a network connection report to check the status between the printer and the access point.
    1.

    Load papers.

    2.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    3.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Connection Check.
    The connection check starts.

    4.

    Select Print Check Report.

    5.

    Print the network connection report.
    If an error has occurred, check the network connection report, and then follow the printed solutions.

    6.

    Close the screen.

    Related Information
    & “Messages and Solutions on the Network Connection Report” on page 33

    Messages and Solutions on the Network Connection Report
    Check the messages and error codes on the network connection report, and then follow the solutions.

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    a. Error code
    b. Messages on the Network Environment
    Related Information
    & “E-1” on page 34
    & “E-2, E-3, E-7” on page 34
    & “E-5” on page 35
    & “E-6” on page 36
    & “E-8” on page 36
    & “E-9” on page 36
    & “E-10” on page 37
    & “E-11” on page 37
    & “E-12” on page 38
    & “E-13” on page 38

    E-1
    Message:
    Confirm that the network cable is connected and network devices such as hub, router, or access point are turned
    on.
    Solutions:
    ❏ Make sure the Ethernet cable is securely connected to your printer and to your hub or other network device.
    ❏ Make sure your hub or other network device is turned on.

    E-2, E-3, E-7
    Message:
    No wireless network names (SSID) found. Confirm that the router/access point is turned on and the wireless
    network (SSID) is set up correctly. Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    No wireless network names (SSID) found. Confirm that the wireless network name (SSID) of the PC you wish to
    connect is set up correctly. Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    Entered security key/password does not match the one set for your router/access point. Confirm security key/
    password. Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    ❏ Make sure your access point is turned on.
    ❏ Confirm that your computer or device is connected correctly to the access point.
    ❏ Turn off the access point. Wait for about 10 seconds, and then turn it on.
    ❏ Place the printer closer to your access point and remove any obstacles between them.

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    ❏ If you have entered the SSID manually, check if it is correct. Check the SSID from the Network Status part on
    the network connection report.
    ❏ If you are using push button setup to establish a network connection, make sure your access point supports
    WPS. You cannot use push button setup if your access point does not support WPS.
    ❏ Makes sure your SSID uses only ASCII characters (alphanumeric characters and symbols). The printer cannot
    display an SSID that contains non-ASCII characters.
    ❏ Makes sure you know your SSID and password before connecting to the access point. If you are using an access
    point with its default settings, the SSID and password are located on a label on the access point. If you do not
    know your SSID and password, contact the person who set up the access point, or see the documentation
    provided with the access point.
    ❏ If you are connecting to an SSID generated from a tethering smart device, check for the SSID and password in
    the documentation provided with the smart device.
    ❏ If your Wi-Fi connection suddenly disconnects, check for the conditions below. If any of these conditions are
    applicable, reset your network settings by downloading and running the software from the following website.
    http://epson.sn > Setup
    ❏ Another smart device was added to the network using push button setup.
    ❏ The Wi-Fi network was set up using any method other than push button setup.
    Related Information
    & “Connecting to a Computer” on page 24
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings from the Printer” on page 25

    E-5
    Message:
    Security mode (e.g. WEP, WPA) does not match the current setting of the printer. Confirm security mode. Contact
    your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    Make sure the access point's security type is set to one of the following. If it is not, change the security type on the
    access point, and then reset the printer's network settings.
    ❏ WEP-64 bit (40 bit)
    ❏ WEP-128 bit (104 bit)
    ❏ WPA PSK (TKIP/AES)*
    ❏ WPA2 PSK (TKIP/AES)*
    ❏ WPA (TKIP/AES)
    ❏ WPA2 (TKIP/AES)
    *

    WPA PSK is also known as WPA Personal. WPA2 PSK is also known as WPA2 Personal.

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    E-6
    Message:
    MAC address of your printer may be filtered. Check whether your router/access point has restrictions such as
    MAC address filtering. See the documentation of the router/access point or contact your network administrator for
    assistance.
    Solutions:
    ❏ Check if MAC address filtering is disabled. If it is enabled, register the printer's MAC address so that it is not
    filtered. See the documentation provided with the access point for details. You can check the printer's MAC
    address from the Network Status part on the network connection report.
    ❏ If your access point is using shared authentication with WEP security, make sure the authentication key and
    index are correct.
    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30
    & “Printing a Network Status Sheet” on page 39

    E-8
    Message:
    Incorrect IP address is assigned to the printer. Confirm IP address setup of the network device (hub, router, or
    access point). Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    ❏ Enable DHCP on the access point if the printer’s Obtain IP Address setting is set to Auto.
    ❏ If the printer’s Obtain IP Address setting is set to Manual, the IP address you manually set is invalid due to out
    of range (for example: 0.0.0.0). Set a valid IP address from the printer’s control panel or by using Web Config.
    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    E-9
    Message:
    Confirm the connection and network setup of the PC or other device. Connection using the EpsonNet Setup is
    available. Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    Check the following.
    ❏ Devices are turned on.
    ❏ You can access the Internet and other computers or network devices on the same network from the devices you
    want to connect to the printer.

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    If still does not connect your printer and network devices after confirming the above, turn off the access point.
    Wait for about 10 seconds, and then turn it on. Then reset your network settings by downloading and running the
    installer from the following website.
    http://epson.sn > Setup
    Related Information
    & “Connecting to a Computer” on page 24

    E-10
    Message:
    Confirm IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway setup. Connection using the EpsonNet Setup is available.
    Contact your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    Check the following.
    ❏ Other devices on the network are turned on.
    ❏ Network addresses (IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway) are correct if you have set the printer's
    Obtain IP Address to Manual.
    Reset the network address if they are incorrect. You can check the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
    from the Network Status part on the network connection report.
    If DHCP is enabled, change the printer’s Obtain IP Address setting to Auto. If you want to set the IP address
    manually, check the printer's IP address from the Network Status part on the network connection report, and then
    select Manual on the network settings screen. Set the subnet mask to [255.255.255.0].
    If still does not connect your printer and network devices, turn off the access point. Wait for about 10 seconds, and
    then turn it on.
    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    E-11
    Message:
    Setup is incomplete. Confirm default gateway setup. Connection using the EpsonNet Setup is available. Contact
    your network administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    Check the following.
    ❏ The default gateway address is correct if you set the printer's TCP/IP Setup setting to Manual.
    ❏ The device that is set as the default gateway is turned on.
    Set the correct default gateway address. You can check the default gateway address from the Network Status part
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    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    E-12
    Message:
    Confirm the following -Entered security key/password is correct -Index of the security key/password is set to the
    first number -IP address, subnet mask, or default gateway setup is correct Contact your network administrator for
    assistance.
    Solutions:
    Check the following.
    ❏ Other devices on the network are turned on.
    ❏ The network addresses (IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway) are correct if you are entering them
    manually.
    ❏ The network addresses for other devices (subnet mask and default gateway) are the same.
    ❏ The IP address does not conflict with other devices.
    If still does not connect your printer and network devices after confirming the above, try the following.
    ❏ Turn off the access point. Wait for about 10 seconds, and then turn it on.
    ❏ Make network settings again using the installer. You can run it from the following website.
    http://epson.sn > Setup
    ❏ You can register several passwords on an access point that uses WEP security type. If several passwords are
    registered, check if the first registered password is set on the printer.
    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30
    & “Connecting to a Computer” on page 24

    E-13
    Message:
    Confirm the following -Entered security key/password is correct -Index of the security key/password is set to the
    first number -Connection and network setup of the PC or other device is correct Contact your network
    administrator for assistance.
    Solutions:
    Check the following.
    ❏ Network devices such as an access point, hub, and router are turned on.
    ❏ The TCP/IP Setup for network devices has not been set up manually. (If the printer's TCP/IP Setup is set
    automatically while the TCP/IP Setup for other network devices is performed manually, the printer's network
    may differ from the network for other devices.)

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    If it still does not work after checking the above, try the following.
    ❏ Turn off the access point. Wait for about 10 seconds, and then turn it on.
    ❏ Make network settings on the computer that is on the same network as the printer using the installer. You can
    run it from the following website.
    http://epson.sn > Setup
    ❏ You can register several passwords on an access point that uses the WEP security type. If several passwords are
    registered, check if the first registered password is set on the printer.
    Related Information
    & “Making Advanced Network Settings” on page 30
    & “Connecting to a Computer” on page 24

    Message on the Network Environment
    Message

    Solution

    *Multiple network names (SSID) that
    match your entered network name (SSID)
    have been detected. Confirm network
    name (SSID).

    The same SSID may be set on several access points. Check the settings on the
    access points, and change the SSID.

    The Wi-Fi environment needs to be
    improved. Turn the wireless router off and
    then turn it on. If the connection does not
    improve, see the documentation for the
    wireless router.

    After moving the printer closer to the access point and removing any
    obstacles between them, turn off the access point. Wait for about 10 seconds,
    and then turn it on. If it still does not connect, see the documentation
    supplied with the access point.

    *No more devices can be connected.
    Disconnect one of the connected devices if
    you want to add another one.

    You can simultaneously connect up to four computers and smart devices in
    Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection. To add another computer or smart
    device, disconnect one of the connected devices first.

    Printing a Network Status Sheet
    You can check the detailed network information by printing it.
    1.

    Load papers.

    2.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    3.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Network Status.

    4.

    Select Print Status Sheet.

    5.

    Check the message, and then print the network status sheet.

    6.

    Close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.

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    Replacing or Adding New Access Points
    If the SSID changes due to the replacement of an access point, or an access point is added and a new network
    environment is established, re-set the Wi-Fi settings.
    Related Information
    & “Changing the Connection Method to a Computer” on page 40

    Changing the Connection Method to a Computer
    Using the installer and re-set up in a different connection method.
    ❏ Setting up from the website
    Access the following website, and then enter the product name. Go to Setup, and then start setting up.
    http://epson.sn
    ❏ Setting up using the software disc (only for the models that come with a software disc and users with computers
    with disc drives.)
    Insert the software disc into the computer, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
    Selecting Change the Connection Methods
    Follow the on-screen instructions until the following screen is displayed.
    Select Change or re-set the connection method on the Select Software Installation screen, and then click Next.

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    Changing the Network Connection to Ethernet from
    the Control Panel
    Follow the steps below to change the network connection to Ethernet from Wi-Fi using the control panel.
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Wired LAN Setup.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.

    4.

    Check the message, and then close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.

    5.

    Connect the printer to a router using an Ethernet cable.

    Disabling Wi-Fi from the Control Panel
    When Wi-Fi is disabled, the Wi-Fi connection is disconnected.
    1.

    Tap

    2.

    Select Router.

    on the home screen.

    The network status is displayed.
    3.

    Tap Change Settings.

    4.

    Select Others > Disable Wi-Fi.

    5.

    Check the message, and then start setup.

    6.

    When a completion message is displayed, close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.

    7.

    Close the network connection settings screen.

    Disconnecting Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection
    from the Control Panel
    Note:
    When Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection disabled, all computers and smart devices connected to the printer in Wi-Fi
    Direct (Simple AP) connection are disconnected. If you want to disconnect a specific device, disconnect from the device
    instead of the printer.

    1.

    Tap

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    2.

    Select Wi-Fi Direct.
    The Wi-Fi Direct information is displayed.

    3.

    Tap Change Settings.

    4.

    Select Disable Wi-Fi Direct.

    5.

    Check the message, and then start setting.

    6.

    When a completion message is displayed, close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.

    7.

    Close the network connection settings screen.

    Restoring the Network Settings from the Control
    Panel
    You can restore all network settings to their defaults.
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings >System Administration >Restore Default Settings > Network Settings.

    3.

    Check the message, and then select Yes.

    4.

    When a completion message is displayed, close the screen.
    The screen automatically closes after a specific length of time.

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    Preparing the Printer
    Loading Papers
    Available Paper and Capacities
    Epson recommends using genuine Epson paper to ensure high-quality printouts.
    Genuine Epson Paper
    Media Name

    *

    Size

    Loading Capacity (Sheets)
    Paper
    Cassette 1

    Paper
    Cassette 2

    Rear Paper
    Feed Slot

    2-Sided
    Printing

    Borderles
    s Printing

    Epson Bright
    White Ink Jet
    Paper

    A4

    200

    200

    1

    Auto,
    Manual*



    Epson Ultra
    Glossy Photo
    Paper

    A4, 13×18 cm (5×7
    in.), 10×15 cm (4×6
    in.)

    20



    1





    Epson Premium
    Glossy Photo
    Paper

    A3+

    20



    1





    A3, A4, 13×18 cm
    (5×7 in.), 16:9 wide
    size (102×181 mm),
    10×15 cm (4×6 in.)

    20



    1





    Epson Premium
    Semigloss
    Photo Paper

    A3+

    20



    1





    A3, A4, 10×15 cm
    (4×6 in.)

    20



    1





    Epson Photo
    Paper Glossy

    A3+

    20



    1





    A4, 13×18 cm (5×7
    in.), 10×15 cm (4×6
    in.)

    20



    1





    Epson Matte
    PaperHeavyweight

    A3+

    20



    1





    A3, A4

    20



    1





    Epson Photo
    Quality Ink Jet
    Paper

    A3, A4

    80



    1





    You can load up to 30 sheets for paper with one side already printed.

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    Note:
    ❏ The availability of paper varies by location. For the latest information on paper available in your area, contact Epson
    support.
    ❏ When printing on genuine Epson paper at a user defined size, only Standard or Normal print quality settings are
    available. Although some printer drivers allow you to select a better print quality, the printouts are printed using
    Standard or Normal.

    Commercially Available Paper
    Media Name

    Size

    Loading Capacity (Sheets or Envelopes)
    Paper
    Cassette 1

    Plain paper
    Copy paper

    Paper
    Cassette 2

    2-Sided
    Printing

    Borderle
    ss
    Printing



    Rear Paper
    Feed Slot

    A3, B4, Legal, 8.5 x 13
    in, Letter, A4, B5

    Up to the line indicated by the
    triangle symbol on the edge
    guide.

    1

    Auto,
    Manual*1

    A5

    Up to the line
    indicated by
    the triangle
    symbol on
    the edge
    guide.



    1

    Auto,
    Manual*1

    Half letter*2, A6, B6*2

    Up to the line
    indicated by
    the triangle
    symbol on
    the edge
    guide.



    1

    Manual*1

    User Defined*2 (mm)

    1



    1

    Manual

    1



    1

    Auto,
    Manual

    1

    1

    1

    Auto,
    Manual

    1

    1

    1

    Manual





    1



    10



    1



    Letterhead
    Recycled paper
    Color paper
    Preprinted
    paper
    High quality
    plain paper

    89×127 to 148×210
    User Defined*2 (mm)
    148×210 to 182×257
    User Defined*2 (mm)
    182×257 to
    297×431.8
    User Defined*2 (mm)
    297×431.8 to
    329×1200
    Thick paper*2

    A3, B4, Letter, A4, B5,
    A5,
    User Defined (mm)
    89×127 to 329×1200

    Envelope

    *1

    Envelope #10,
    Envelope DL,
    Envelope C6,
    Envelope C4

    You can load up to 30 sheets for paper with one side already printed.

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    *2

    Only printing from computer or smart device is available.

    Related Information
    & “Part Names and Functions” on page 15

    Paper Handling Precautions
    ❏ Read the instruction sheets supplied with the paper.
    ❏ Fan and align the edges of the paper before loading. Do not fan or curl photo paper. Doing so may damage the
    printable side.

    ❏ If the paper is curled, flatten it or curl it slightly in the opposite direction before loading. Printing on curled
    paper may cause paper jams and smears on the printout.

    ❏ Do not use paper that is wavy, torn, cut, folded, damp, too thick, too thin, or paper that has stickers stuck to it.
    Using these types of paper causes paper jams and smears on the printout.
    ❏ Make sure you are using long-grain paper. If you are not sure what type of paper you are using, check the paper
    packaging or contact the manufacturer to confirm the paper specifications.
    Related Information
    & “Printer Specifications” on page 270

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    Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette
    1.

    Check that the printer is not operating, and then pull out the paper cassette.

    2.

    Remove the paper cassette cover from paper cassette.

    3.

    Slide the edge guides to their maximum position.

    Note:
    When using paper larger than A4 size, extend the paper cassette.

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    4.

    Slide the front edge guide to the paper size you want to use.

    5.

    With the printable side facing down, load paper against the front edge guide.

    c Important:
    Do not load more than the maximum number of sheets specified for the paper. For plain paper, do not load
    above the line just under the triangle symbol inside the edge guide.

    6.

    Slide the side edge guides to the edges of the paper.

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    7.

    Put the paper cassette cover back on.

    8.

    Insert the paper cassette all the way.

    9.

    On the control panel, set the size and type of the paper you loaded in the paper cassette.
    Note:
    You can also display the paper size and paper type settings screen by pressing the

    button on the control panel.

    10. Slide out the output tray.

    Related Information
    & “Paper Handling Precautions” on page 45
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43
    & “List of Paper Type” on page 52
    & “Loading Envelopes and Precautions” on page 51

    Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot
    You can load a single sheet of all types of supported paper in the rear paper feed slot. You can also load thick paper
    (up to 0.3 mm thick) and pre-punched paper, which cannot be loaded in the paper cassette. However, even if the
    thickness is within this range, some paper may not be fed correctly depending on the hardness.

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    c Important:
    Do not load paper in the rear paper feed slot until the printer prompts you to do so. Doing so will result in the blank
    paper being ejected.

    1.

    Do one of the following.
    ❏ When printing from the control panel: Select rear paper feed slot as the Paper Setting, make other print
    settings, and then tap the x.
    ❏ When printing from a computer: Select rear paper feed slot as the Paper Source setting, make other print
    settings, and then click Print.

    2.

    A message is displayed on the control panel telling you to load paper. Follow the instructions below to load the
    paper.

    3.

    Open the rear paper feed slot.

    4.

    Slide out the edge guides.

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    5.

    While holding a single sheet of paper at the center of the rear paper feed slot with the printable side facing up,
    slide the edge guides to the edges of the paper.

    Pre-punched paper

    Note:
    ❏ Load a single sheet of defined size plain paper with binding holes at the left or right.
    ❏ Adjust the print position of your file to avoid printing over the holes.
    ❏ Automatic 2-sided printing is not available for pre-punched paper.

    6.

    Insert the paper until the printer partially pulls in the paper.

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    7.

    Slide out the output tray.

    8.

    Select OK to start printing.

    Related Information
    & “Paper Handling Precautions” on page 45
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43
    & “List of Paper Type” on page 52
    & “Loading Envelopes and Precautions” on page 51

    Loading Envelopes and Precautions
    Load envelopes in the center of the rear paper feed slot short edge first with the flap facing down, and slide the
    edge guides to the edges of the envelopes.

    Load envelopes in the paper cassette with the flap facing up, and then slide the edge guides to the edges of the
    envelopes.

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    ❏ Fan and align the edges of the envelopes before loading. When the stacked envelopes are puffed up with air,
    press them down to flatten them before loading.

    ❏ Do not use envelopes that are curled or folded. Using these envelopes causes paper jams and smears on the
    printout.
    ❏ Do not use envelopes with adhesive surfaces on the flaps or window envelopes.
    ❏ Avoid using envelopes that are too thin, as they may curl during printing.
    Related Information
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43
    & “Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette” on page 46
    & “Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot” on page 48

    List of Paper Type
    To obtain optimum printing results, select the paper type that suits the paper.
    Media Name

    Media Type
    Control Panel

    Printer Driver

    Epson Bright White Ink Jet Paper

    Plain paper

    Plain paper

    Epson Ultra Glossy Photo Paper

    Ultra Glossy

    Epson Ultra Glossy

    Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper

    Prem. Glossy

    Epson Premium Glossy

    Epson Premium Semigloss Photo
    Paper

    Prem. Semigloss

    Epson Premium Semigloss

    Epson Photo Paper Glossy

    Glossy

    Photo Paper Glossy

    Epson Matte Paper-Heavyweight

    Matte

    Epson Matte

    Epson Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper

    Placing Originals
    Place originals on the scanner glass or the ADF.
    You can scan multiple originals and both sides of the originals at the same time with the ADF.

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    Available Originals on the ADF
    Available Paper Sizes

    A5 to A3, Ledger

    Paper Type

    Plain paper

    Paper Thickness (Weight of Paper)

    64 to 95 g/m2

    Loading Capacity

    35 sheets or 3.85 mm

    Even when the original meets the specifications for media that can be placed in the ADF, it may not feed from the
    ADF or the scan quality may decline depending on the paper properties or quality.

    c Important:
    Do not feed photographs or valuable original artwork into the ADF. Misfeeding may wrinkle or damage the
    original. Scan these documents on the scanner glass instead.

    To prevent paper jams, avoid placing the following originals in the ADF. For these types, use the scanner glass.
    ❏ Originals that are torn, folded, wrinkled, deteriorated, or curled
    ❏ Originals with binder holes
    ❏ Originals held together with tape, staples, paper clips etc.
    ❏ Originals that have stickers or labels stuck to them
    ❏ Originals that are cut irregularly or not right angled
    ❏ Originals that are bound
    ❏ OHPs, thermal transfer paper, or carbon backs

    Placing Originals on the ADF
    1.

    Align the edges of the originals.

    2.

    Slide the ADF edge guide.

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    3.

    Place the originals in the center of the ADF, facing up.

    c Important:
    ❏ Do not load originals above the line indicated by the triangle symbol on the ADF.

    ❏ Do not add originals while scanning.

    4.

    Slide the ADF edge guide to the edge of the originals.

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    Related Information
    & “Available Originals on the ADF” on page 53

    Placing Originals on the ADF for 2-up Copying
    Place the originals in the direction shown in the illustration, and then select the orientation setting.
    ❏ Placing the originals in the up direction: Select Up Direction on the control panel as described below.
    Copy > Advanced > Orientation (Original) > Up Direction
    Place the originals on the ADF in the direction of the arrow.

    ❏ Placing the originals in the left direction: Select Left Direction on the control panel as described below.
    Copy > Advanced > Orientation (Original) > Left Direction
    Place the originals on the ADF in the direction of the arrow.

    Placing Originals on the Scanner Glass

    ! Caution:
    Be careful not to trap your hand or fingers when opening or closing the document cover. Otherwise you may be
    injured.

    c Important:
    When placing bulky originals such as books, prevent exterior light from shining directly onto the scanner glass.

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    1.

    Open the document cover.

    2.

    Remove any dust or stains on the scanner glass.

    3.

    Place the original face-down and slide it to the corner mark.

    Note:
    ❏ A range of 1.5 mm from the top edge and left edge of the scanner glass is not scanned.
    ❏ When originals are placed in the ADF and on the scanner glass, priority is given to the originals in the ADF.

    4.

    Close the cover gently.

    c Important:
    Do not apply too much force to the scanner glass or the document cover. Otherwise, they may be damaged.
    5.

    Remove the originals after scanning.
    Note:
    If you leave the originals on the scanner glass for a long time, they may stick to the surface of the glass.

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    Placing an ID Card for Copying
    Place an ID card 5 mm away from the corner mark of the scanner glass.

    Inserting an External USB Device
    Inserting and Removing an External USB Device
    1.

    Insert an external USB device into the printer.

    2.

    When you have finished using the external USB device, remove the device.
    Note:
    If you access the external USB device from a computer, you need to operate the computer to safely remove the removable
    device.

    Related Information
    & “External USB Device Specifications” on page 274
    & “Accessing an External USB Device From a Computer” on page 57

    Accessing an External USB Device From a Computer
    You can write or read data on an external USB device such as a USB flash drive that has been inserted in the
    printer from a computer.

    c Important:
    When sharing an external device inserted in the printer between computers connected over USB and over a
    network, write access is only allowed to the computers that are connected by the method you selected on the printer.
    To write to the external USB device, select a connection method from the following menu on the printer's control
    panel.
    Settings > General Settings > Printer Settings > Memory Device Interface > File Sharing.
    Note:
    It takes a while to recognize data from a computer if a large external USB device, such as a device that is over 2 TB, is
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    Windows
    Select an external USB device in Computer or My Computer. The data on the external USB device is displayed.
    Note:
    If you connected the printer to the network without using the software disc or Web Installer, map a USB port as a network
    drive. Open Run and enter a printer name \\XXXXX or a printer's IP address \\XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX to Open:. Right-click
    a device icon displayed to assign the network. The network drive appears in Computer or My Computer.

    Mac OS
    Select a corresponding device icon. The data on the external USB device is displayed.
    Note:
    ❏ To remove an external USB device, drag and drop the device icon to the trash icon. Otherwise, data in the shared drive
    may not be displayed correctly when another external USB device is inserted.
    ❏ To access an external storage device through the network, select Go > Connect to Server from the menu on the desktop.
    Enter a printer name cifs://XXXXX or smb://XXXXX (Where "xxxxx" is the printer name) in the Server Address, and
    then click Connect.

    Managing Contacts
    Registering a contacts list allows you to easily enter destinations. You can register up to 200 entries, and you can
    use the contacts list when you enter a fax number, enter a destination for attaching a scanned image to an email,
    and saving a scanned image to a network folder.
    You can also register contacts in the LDAP server.
    See the Administrator's Guide to register contacts in the LDAP server.

    Registering or Editing Contacts
    Note:
    Before registering contacts, make sure you have also configured the email server settings to use the email address.

    1.

    Tap Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Tap Contacts Manager, and then tap Register/Delete.

    3.

    Do one of the following.
    ❏ To register a new contact, tap Add Entry, and then tap Add Contact.
    ❏ To edit a contact, select the target contact, and then tap Edit.
    ❏ To delete a contact, select the target contact, tap Delete, and then tap Yes. You do not have to perform
    following procedures.
    Note:
    You can register an address that is registered in the LDAP server in the local contacts list of the printer. Display an entry,
    and then tap Register to Contacts.

    4.

    When registering a new contact, select the type of contact you want to register. Skip this procedure when you
    want to edit or delete a contact.
    ❏ Fax: Register a contact (fax number) to send a fax.

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    ❏ Email: Register an email address to send a scanned image or to forward the received fax.
    ❏ Network Folder/FTP: Register a network folder to save a scanned image or to forward the received fax.
    5.

    Enter the information of the address to register. Enter the required items, and then make other settings if
    necessary.
    Note:
    When entering a fax number, enter an external access code at the beginning of the fax number if your phone system is
    PBX and you need the access code to get an outside line. If the access code has been set in the Line Type setting, enter a
    hash (#) instead of the actual access code. To add a pause (pause for three seconds) during dialing, enter a hyphen (-).

    6.

    Tap OK.

    Related Information
    & “Using an Email Server” on page 71

    Registering or Editing Grouped Contacts
    Adding contacts to a group allows you to send a fax or send a scanned image by an email to multiple destinations
    at the same time.
    1.

    Tap Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Tap Contacts Manager, and then tap Register/Delete.

    3.

    Do one of the following.
    ❏ To register a new group, tap Add Entry, and then tap Add Group.
    ❏ To edit a group, select the target group, and then tap Edit.
    ❏ To delete a group, select the target group, tap Delete, and then tap Yes. You do not have to perform
    following procedures.

    4.

    When registering a new group, select the type of group you want to register. Skip this procedure when you
    want to edit a group.
    ❏ Fax: Register a contact (fax number) to send a fax.
    ❏ Email: Register an email address to send a scanned image or to forward the received fax.

    5.

    Enter or edit the Group Name for the group.

    6.

    Tap Contact(s) Added to the Group (Required).

    7.

    Select the contacts that you want to register in the group.
    Note:
    ❏ You can register up to 200 contacts.
    ❏ To deselect a contact, tap it again.

    8.

    Tap Close.

    9.

    Make the other necessary settings.
    ❏ Registry Number: Set the number for a group.

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    ❏ Index Word: Set index word for the group.
    ❏ Assign to Frequent Use: Register as a frequently used group. The group is displayed at the top of the screen
    where you specify the address.
    10. Tap OK.

    Registering Frequently Used Contacts
    When you register frequently used contacts, the contacts are displayed at the top of the screen where you specify
    the address.
    1.

    Tap Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Tap Contacts Manager, and then tap Frequent.

    3.

    Tap the type of contact you want to register.

    4.

    Tap Edit.
    Note:
    To edit the order of the contacts, tap Sort.

    5.

    Select frequently used contacts that you want to register, and then tap OK.
    Note:
    ❏ To deselect a contact, tap it again.
    ❏ You can search for addresses from the contacts list. Enter the search keyword into the box on the top of the screen.

    6.

    Tap Close.

    Register Contacts on a Computer
    Using EpsonNet Config or Web Config, you can create a contact list on your computer and import it to the printer.
    See the Administrator's Guide for details.

    Backing up Contacts using a Computer
    Using EpsonNet Config or Web Config, you can back up the contact data stored in the printer to the computer.
    See the Administrator's Guide for details.
    Contacts data may be lost due to a printer malfunction. We recommend that you make a backup of the data
    whenever you update the data. Epson shall not be responsible for the loss of any data, for backing up or recovering
    data and/or settings even during a warranty period.

    Registering Your Favorite Settings as a Preset
    You can register frequently used copy, fax, and scan settings as presets. You can register up to 50 entries. If you
    cannot edit the presets, they may have been locked by the administrator. Contact your printer administrator for
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    To register a preset, select Presets from the home screen, select Add New, and then select the feature for which you
    want to register a preset. Make the necessary settings, select

    , and then enter a name for the preset.

    To load a registered preset, select the preset from the list.
    You can also register the current address and settings to select

    on the screen of each feature.

    To change the registered settings, change the settings on the screen for each feature and select
    Preset, and then select the target that you want to overwrite.

    . Select Save as

    Menu Options for Presets
    Select
    on the registered preset to display the details of the registered settings. You can change the registered
    name by selecting the name on the details screen.

    :
    Delete the registered preset.

    Add /Remove:
    Add or clear the registered preset to the home screen as a short-cut icon.

    Use This Setting:
    Load the registered preset.

    Menu Options for Settings
    Select Settings on the home screen of the printer to make various settings.

    Menu Options for General Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings

    Basic Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings > Basic Settings
    LCD Brightness:
    Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen.

    Sound:
    Adjust the volume and select the type of the sound.

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    Sleep Timer:
    Adjust the time period to enter a sleep mode (energy saving mode) when the printer has not
    performed any operations. The LCD screen turns black when the setting time passes.

    Power Off Settings:
    Your product may have this feature or the Power Off Timer feature depending on the location of
    purchase.
    ❏ Power Off If Inactive
    Select this setting to turn the printer off automatically if it is not used for a specified period of
    time. Any increase will affect the product’s energy efficiency. Please consider the environment
    before making any change.
    ❏ Power Off If Disconnected
    Select this setting to turn the printer off after 30 minutes when all network ports including the
    LINE port are disconnected. This feature may not be available depending on your region.

    Power Off Timer:
    Your product may have this feature or the Power Off Settings feature depending on the location of
    purchase.
    Select this setting to turn the printer off automatically when it is not used for a specified period of
    time. You can adjust the time before power management is applied. Any increase will affect the
    product’s energy efficiency. Please consider the environment before making any change.

    Date/Time Settings:
    ❏ Date/Time
    Enter the current date and time.
    ❏ Daylight Saving Time
    Select the summer time setting that applies to your area.
    ❏ Time Difference
    Enter the time difference between your local time and UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).

    Country/Region:
    Select the country or region in which you are using your printer. If you change the country or region,
    your fax settings return to their defaults and you must select them again.

    Language:
    Select the language used on the LCD screen.

    Start-up Screen:
    Specify the initial menu displayed on the LCD screen when the printer turns on and Operation Time
    Out is enable.

    Edit Home:
    Change the layout of the icons on the LCD screen. You can also add, delete, and replace icons.

    Wall Paper:
    Change the background color of the LCD screen.

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    Operation Time Out:
    Select On to return to the initial screen when no operations have been performed for the specified
    time. When user restrictions have been applied and no operations are performed for the specified
    time, you are logged out and returned to the initial screen.

    Keyboard:
    Change the layout of the keyboard on the LCD screen.

    Default Screen(Job/Status):
    Select the default information you want to display when you press the

    button.

    Related Information
    & “Saving Power” on page 71
    & “Entering Characters” on page 21

    Printer Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings > Printer Settings
    Paper Source Settings:
    Paper Setting:
    Select the paper size and paper type you loaded in the paper source. You can make Favorite
    Paper Settings in paper size and paper type.

    A4/Letter Auto Switching:
    Select On to feed paper from the paper source set as A4 size when there is no paper source set
    as Letter, or feed from the paper source set as Letter size when there is no paper source set as
    A4.

    Auto Select Settings
    This feature is available for models with two paper sources only.
    Select On for any of following settings to automatically print on paper from any source
    containing paper that matches your paper settings.
    ❏ Copy
    ❏ Fax
    ❏ Other

    Error Notice:
    Select On to display an error message when the selected paper size or type does not match the
    loaded paper.

    Paper Setup Auto Display:
    Select On to display the Paper Setting screen when loading paper in the paper source. If you
    disable this feature, you cannot print from an iPhone or iPad using AirPrint.

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    Universal Print Settings:
    These print settings are applied when you print by an external device without using the printer driver.

    Top Offset:
    Adjust the top margin of the paper.

    Left Offset:
    Adjust the left margin of the paper.

    Top Offset in Back:
    Adjust the top margin for the back of the page when performing 2-sided printing.

    Left Offset in Back:
    Adjust the left margin for the back margin of the page when performing 2-sided printing.

    Check Paper Width:
    Select On to check the paper width before printing. This prevents printing beyond the edges of
    the paper when the paper size setting are incorrect, but may reduce the printing speed.

    Skip Blank Page:
    Skips blank pages in the print data automatically.

    Auto Error Solver:
    Select an action to perform when a 2-sided printing error or a memory full error occurs.
    ❏ On
    Displays a warning and prints in single-sided mode when a 2-sided printing error occurs, or prints
    only what the printer could process when a memory full error occurs.
    ❏ Off
    Displays an error message and cancels printing.

    Memory Device Interface:
    ❏ Memory Device:
    Select Enable to allow the printer to access an inserted memory device. If Disable is selected, you
    cannot save data to the memory device with the printer. This prevents confidential documents
    from being removed illegally.
    ❏ File Sharing:
    Select whether to give write access to the memory device from a USB-connected computer or a
    network-connected computer.

    Thick Paper:
    Select On to prevent ink from smearing on your printouts, however, this may lower the print speed.

    Quiet Mode:
    Select On to reduce noise during printing, however, this may lower the print speed. Depending on
    the paper type and print quality settings you selected, there may be no difference in the printer's noise
    level.

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    Ink Drying Time:
    Select the ink drying time you want to use when performing 2-sided printing. The printer prints the
    other side after printing one side. If your printout is smeared, increase the time setting.

    Bidirectional:
    Select On to change the print direction; Prints while the print head moves to the left and to the right.
    If vertical or horizontal ruled lines on your printout look blurred or misaligned, disabling this feature
    may solve the problem; however, doing so may reduce print speed.

    PC Connection via USB:
    Select Enable to allow a computer to access the printer when connected by USB. When Disable is
    selected, printing and scanning that is not sent over a network connection is restricted.
    Related Information
    & “Loading Papers” on page 43
    & “Printing JPEG Files from a Memory Device” on page 101
    & “Printing TIFF Files from a Memory Device” on page 102

    Network Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings > Network Settings
    Wi-Fi Setup:
    Set up or change wireless network settings. Choose the connection method from the following and then
    follow the instructions on the LCD panel.
    ❏ Router
    ❏ Wi-Fi Direct

    Wired LAN Setup:
    Set up or change a network connection that uses a LAN cable and router. When this is being used, WiFi connections are disabled.

    Network Status:
    Displays or prints the current network settings.

    Connection Check:
    Checks the current network connection and prints a report. If there are any problems with the
    connection, see the report to solve the problem.

    Advanced:
    Make the following detailed settings.
    ❏ Device Name
    ❏ TCP/IP
    ❏ Proxy Server

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    ❏ Email Server
    ❏ IPv6 Address
    ❏ MS Network Sharing
    ❏ NFC
    ❏ Link Speed & Duplex
    ❏ Redirect HTTP to HTTPS
    Related Information
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings Manually” on page 26
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings by Push Button Setup (WPS)” on page 27
    & “Making Wi-Fi Settings by PIN Code Setup (WPS)” on page 28
    & “Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection Settings” on page 29
    & “Printing a Network Status Sheet” on page 39
    & “Checking Detailed Network Information from the Control Panel” on page 32
    & “Setting Items for Advanced Network Settings” on page 30

    Web Service Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings > Web Service Settings
    Epson Connect Services:
    Displays whether the printer is registered and connected to Epson Connect.
    You can register to the service by selecting Register and follow the instructions.
    When you have registered, you can change the following settings.
    ❏ Suspend/Resume
    ❏ Unregister
    For details, see the following web site.
    https://www.epsonconnect.com/
    http://www.epsonconnect.eu (Europe only)

    Google Cloud Print Services:
    Displays whether the printer is registered and connected to Google Cloud Print services.
    When you have registered, you can change the following settings.
    ❏ Enable/Disable
    ❏ Unregister
    For details on registering to Google Cloud Print services, see the following web site.
    https://www.epsonconnect.com/
    http://www.epsonconnect.eu (Europe only)

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    Related Information
    & “Printing Using a Network Service” on page 226

    Menu Options for System Administration
    By using this menu, you can maintain the product as a system administrator. It also allows you to restrict product
    features for individual users to suite your work or office style.
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > General Settings > System Administration
    Contacts Manager:
    You can make the following settings for contacts.

    Register/Delete:
    Register and/or delete contacts for the Fax, Scan to Email, and Scan to Network Folder/FTP
    menus.

    Frequent:
    Register frequently used contacts to access them quickly. You can also change the order of the
    list.

    Print Contacts:
    Print your contact list.

    View Options:
    Change the way the contact list is displayed.

    Search Options:
    Change the method for searching contacts.

    Security Settings:
    You can make the following security settings.

    Job log access :
    Select On to allow product users to use job log.

    Access to Register/Delete Contacts:
    Select On to allow product users to register and delete contacts.

    Access Control:
    Select On to restrict product features. This requires users to log into the product control panel
    with their user name and password before they can use control panel features. In Accept
    Unknown User Jobs, you can select whether or not to allow jobs that do not have the
    necessary authentication information.

    Delete All Confidential Jobs:
    Delete all confidential jobs as the administrator's authority.

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    Admin Settings:
    ❏ Admin Password
    Set, change, and clear an administrator password.
    ❏ Lock Setting
    Select whether or not to lock the control panel using the password registered in Admin
    Password.

    Restore Default Settings:
    Reset the settings in the following menus to their defaults.
    ❏ Network Settings
    ❏ Copy Settings
    ❏ Scan Settings
    ❏ Fax Settings
    ❏ Clear All Data and Settings

    Firmware Update:
    You can get firmware information such as your current version and information on available updates.

    Update:
    Check if the latest version of the firmware has been uploaded to the network server. If an
    update is available, you can select whether or not to start updating.

    Notification:
    Select On to receive a notification if a firmware update is available.

    Menu Options for Print Counter
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Print Counter
    Displays the total number of prints, B&W prints, and color prints from the time you purchased the printer.

    Menu Options for Supply Status
    Select the menu on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Supply Status
    Displays the approximate level of the ink and service life of the maintenance box.
    When the ! mark is displayed, ink is running low or the maintenance box is nearly full. When the X mark is
    displayed, you need to replace the item as ink is expended or the maintenance box is full.

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    Menu Options for Maintenance
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Maintenance
    Print Head Nozzle Check:
    Select this feature to check if the print head nozzles are clogged. The printer prints a nozzle check
    pattern.

    Print Head Cleaning:
    Select this feature to clean clogged nozzles in the print head.

    Print Head Alignment:
    Select this feature to adjust the print head to improve print quality.
    ❏ Vertical Alignment
    Select this feature if your printouts look blurry or text and lines are misaligned.
    ❏ Horizontal Alignment
    Select this feature if horizontal banding appears at regular intervals in your printouts.

    Ink Cartridge(s) Replacement:
    Use this feature to replace the ink cartridges before the ink is expended.

    Paper Guide Cleaning:
    Select this feature if there are ink stains on the internal rollers. The printer feeds paper to clean the
    internal rollers.

    Remove Paper:
    Select this feature if there are still some torn pieces of paper inside the printer even after removing
    jammed paper. The printer makes more space between the print head and the surface of the paper to
    easily remove the torn pieces of paper.
    Related Information
    & “Checking and Cleaning the Print Head” on page 210
    & “Aligning the Print Head” on page 212
    & “Cleaning the Paper Path for Ink Smears” on page 213

    Menu Options for Language
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Language
    Select the language used on the LCD screen.

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    Menu Options for Printer Status/Print
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Printer Status/Print
    Print Status Sheet:
    Configuration Status Sheet:
    Print information sheets showing the current printer status and settings.

    Supply Status Sheet:
    Print information sheets showing the status of consumables.

    Usage History Sheet:
    Print information sheets showing the usage history of the printer.

    Network:
    Displays the current network settings.

    Menu Options for Contacts Manager
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > Contacts Manager
    Register/Delete:
    Register and/or delete contacts for the Fax, Scan to Email, and Scan to Network Folder/FTP menus.

    Frequent:
    Register frequently used contacts to access them quickly. You can also change the order of the list.

    Print Contacts:
    Print your contact list.

    View Options:
    Change the way the contact list is displayed.

    Search Options:
    Change the method for searching contacts.

    Menu Options for User Settings
    Select the menus on the control panel as described below.

    Settings > User Settings
    You can change the default settings of the following menus.

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    ❏ Scan to Network Folder/FTP
    ❏ Scan to Email
    ❏ Scan to Computer
    ❏ Scan to Memory Device
    ❏ Scan to Cloud
    ❏ Copy Settings
    ❏ Fax

    Saving Power
    The printer enters sleep mode or turns off automatically if no operations are performed for a set period. You can
    adjust the time before power management is applied. Any increase will affect the product's energy efficiency. Please
    consider the environment before making any change.
    Depending on the location of purchase, the printer may have a feature that turns it off automatically if it is not
    connected to the network for 30 minutes.

    Saving Power - Control Panel
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Basic Settings.

    3.

    Do one of the following.
    ❏ Select Sleep Timer or Power Off Settings > Power Off If Inactive or Power Off If Disconnected, and then
    make settings.
    ❏ Select Sleep Timer or Power Off Timer, and then make settings.
    Note:
    Your product may have the Power Off Settings or Power Off Timer feature depending on the location of purchase.

    Using an Email Server
    To use email features, you need to configure the email server.

    Configuring Mail Server
    Check the following before configuring the email server.
    ❏ The printer is connected to the network.
    ❏ The email server information, such as the documents from your service provider that you used to setup the
    email on your computer.
    Note:
    If you use a free email service, such as Internet email, search the Internet to get the email server information you need.

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    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Advanced.

    3.

    Select Email Server > Server Settings.

    4.

    Tap the authentication method of the email server you are using, and then the settings screen is displayed.

    c Important:
    The following authentication methods are available.
    ❏ Off
    ❏ POP before SMTP
    ❏ SMTP-AUTH
    Contact your internet service provider to confirm the authentication method of the email server.
    The printer may not be able to communicate with an email server even if the authentication method is
    available since security may be enhanced (for example SSL communication is necessary). Visit the Epson
    support website for the latest information.
    http://www.epson.eu/Support (Europe)
    http://support.epson.net/ (outside Europe)

    5.

    Make the appropriate settings.
    The necessary settings vary depending on the authentication method. Enter the information for the email
    server you are using.

    6.

    Tap Proceed.
    Note:
    ❏ If an error message is displayed, check if the email server settings are correct.
    ❏ When you cannot send an email even if the connection check succeeds, check the authentication method for the
    email server you are using.

    Related Information
    & “Email Server Setting Items” on page 72

    Email Server Setting Items
    Items

    Explanations

    Authenticated Account

    If you select SMTP-AUTH or POP before SMTP as the Email
    Server Authentication Method, enter the user name (email
    address) registered to the email server within 255 characters
    or less.

    Authenticated Password

    If you select SMTP-AUTH or POP before SMTP as the Email
    Server Authentication Method, enter the password of the
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    Items

    Explanations

    Sender's Address

    Specify the email address that the printer uses to send
    emails. You can specify the existing email address. To make it
    clear that the email is being sent from the printer, you can
    acquire an address specifically for the printer and enter it
    here.

    SMTP Server Address

    Enter the server address of the server that sends the email
    (SMTP server).

    SMTP Server Port Number

    Enter the port number of the server that sends the email
    (SMTP server).

    POP3 Server Address

    If you select POP before SMTP as the Email Server Authentication Method, enter the server address of the server that
    receives the email (POP3 server).

    POP3 Server Port Number

    If you select POP before SMTP as the Email Server Authentication Method, enter the port number of the email server
    that receives the email (POP3 server).

    Secure Connection

    If you select SMTP-AUTH or Off as the Email Server Authentication Method, select the method of the secure connection.

    Checking an Email Server Connection
    1.

    Select Settings on the home screen.

    2.

    Select General Settings > Network Settings > Advanced.

    3.

    Select Email Server > Connection Check to check that the printer is connected to the email server.
    Note:
    ❏ If an error message is displayed, check if the email server settings are correct.
    ❏ When you cannot send an email even if the connection check succeeds, check the authentication method for the
    email server you are using.

    Related Information
    & “Messages Displayed During Connection Check” on page 281

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    Printing
    Printing from the Printer Driver on Windows
    If you cannot change some of the printer driver settings, they may have been restricted by the administrator.
    Contact your printer administrator for assistance.

    Accessing the Printer Driver
    When accessing the printer driver from the computer's control panel, the settings are applied to all of the
    applications.
    Accessing the printer driver from the control panel
    ❏ Windows 10/Windows Server 2016
    Right-click the start button or press and hold it, and then select Control Panel > View devices and printers in
    Hardware and Sound. Right-click on your printer, or press and hold it and then select Printing preferences.
    ❏ Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows Server 2012
    Select Desktop > Settings > Control Panel > View devices and printers in Hardware and Sound. Right-click
    on your printer, or press and hold it and then select Printing preferences.
    ❏ Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2
    Click the start button, and select Control Panel > View devices and printers in Hardware and Sound. Rightclick on your printer and select Printing preferences.
    ❏ Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008
    Click the start button, and select Control Panel > Printers in Hardware and Sound. Right-click on your printer
    and select Select printing preferences.
    ❏ Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 R2/Windows Server 2003
    Click the start button, and select Control Panel > Printers and Other Hardware > Printers and Faxes. Rightclick on your printer and select Printing preferences.
    Accessing the printer driver from the printer icon on the task bar
    The printer icon on the desktop task bar is a shortcut icon allowing you to quickly access the printer driver.
    If you click the printer icon and select Printer Settings, you can access the same printer settings window as the one
    displayed from the control panel. If you double-click this icon, you can check the status of the printer.
    Note:
    If the printer icon is not displayed on the task bar, access the printer driver window, click Monitoring Preferences on the
    Maintenance tab, and then select Register the shortcut icon to the taskbar.

    Printing Basics
    Note:
    Operations may differ depending on the application. See the application's help for details.

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    1.

    Open the file you want to print.
    Load paper in the printer if it has not already been loaded.

    c Important:
    When loading in the rear paper feed slot, select Rear Paper Feed Slot as the Paper Source setting, and then
    start printing from the printer driver before loading paper. When printing starts, the printer driver tells you
    that printing is in progress. Follow the printer's on-screen instructions to load paper.

    2.

    Select Print or Page Setup from the File menu.

    3.

    Select your printer.

    4.

    Select Preferences or Properties to access the printer driver window.

    5.

    Change the settings as necessary.
    See the menu options for the printer driver for details.
    Note:
    ❏ You can also see the online help for explanations of the setting items. Right-clinking an item displays Help.
    ❏ When you select Print Preview, you can see a preview of your document before printing.

    6.

    Click OK to close the printer driver window.

    7.

    Click Print.
    Note:
    When you select Print Preview, a preview window is displayed. To change the settings, click Cancel, and then repeat
    the procedure from step 2.

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    Related Information
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43
    & “Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette” on page 46
    & “Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot” on page 48
    & “List of Paper Type” on page 52
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

    Printing on 2-Sides
    You can print on both sides of the paper. You can also print a booklet that can be created by re-ordering the pages
    and folding the printout.

    Note:
    ❏ This feature is not available for borderless printing.
    ❏ You can use automatic and manual 2-sided printing. During manual 2-sided printing, flip the paper over to print on the
    other side when the printer has finished printing the first side.
    ❏ If you do not use paper that is suitable for 2-sided printing, the print quality may decline and paper jams may occur.
    ❏ Depending on the paper and the data, ink may bleed through to the other side of the paper.

    Related Information
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43

    Print Settings
    Manual 2-sided printing is available when EPSON Status Monitor 3 is enabled. However, it may not be available
    when the printer is accessed over a network or is used as a shared printer.
    Note:
    To enable EPSON Status Monitor 3, click Extended Settings on the Maintenance tab, and then select Enable EPSON
    Status Monitor 3.

    1.

    On the printer driver's Main tab, select an option from 2-Sided Printing.

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    2.

    Click Settings, make the appropriate settings, and then click OK.
    Make settings for Print Density if necessary. This setting is not available when you select manual 2-sided
    printing.
    Note:
    ❏ To print a folded booklet, select Booklet.
    ❏ When setting Print Density, you can adjust print density according to the document type.
    ❏ Printing may be slow depending on the combination of options selected for Select Document Type in the Print
    Density Adjustment window and for Quality on the Main tab.

    3.

    Click Print.
    For manual 2-sided printing, when the first side has finished printing, a pop-up window is displayed on the
    computer. Follow the on-screen instructions.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

    Printing Several Pages on One Sheet
    You can print two or four pages of data on a single sheet of paper.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's Main tab, select 2-Up or 4-Up as the Multi-Page setting.
    Note:
    This feature is not available for borderless printing.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

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    Printing and Stacking in Page Order (Reverse Order Printing)
    You can print from the last page so that the documents are stacked in page order.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's Main tab, select Reverse Order.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

    Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document
    You can reduce or enlarge the size of a document by a specific percentage or to fit the paper size you loaded in the
    printer.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, select the document size from the Document Size setting. Select the
    paper size you want to print on from the Output Paper setting. Select Reduce/Enlarge Document, and then select
    Fit to Page or Zoom to. When you select Zoom to, enter a percentage.
    Select Center to print the images in the center of the page.

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    Note:
    This feature is not available for borderless printing.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

    Printing One Image on Multiple Sheets for Enlargement (Creating a
    Poster)
    This feature allows you to print one image on multiple sheets of paper. You can create a larger poster by taping
    them together.

    Note:
    This feature is not available for borderless printing.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's Main tab, select 2x1 Poster, 2x2 Poster, 3x3 Poster, or 4x4 Poster as the Multi-Page
    setting. If you click Settings, you can select the panels that you do not want to print. You can also select the cutting
    guide options.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

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    Making Posters Using Overlapping Alignment Marks
    Here is an example of how to make a poster when 2x2 Poster is selected, and Overlapping Alignment Marks is
    selected in Print Cutting Guides.

    1.

    Prepare Sheet 1 and Sheet 2. Cut off the margins of Sheet 1 along the vertical blue line through the center of
    the top and bottom cross marks.

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    2.

    Place the edge of Sheet 1 on top of Sheet 2 and align the cross marks, then temporarily tape the two sheets
    together from the back.

    3.

    Cut the taped sheets in two along the vertical red line through the alignment markers (this time, the line to the
    left of the cross marks).

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    4.

    Tape the sheets together from the back.

    5.

    Repeat steps 1 to 4 to tape Sheet 3 and Sheet 4 together.

    6.

    Cut off the margins of Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 along the horizontal blue line through the center of the left and right
    side cross marks.

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    7.

    Place the edge of Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 on top of Sheet 3 and Sheet 4 and align the cross marks, and then
    temporarily tape them together from the back.

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    8.

    Cut the taped sheets in two along the horizontal red line through the alignment markers (this time, the line
    above the cross marks).

    9.

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    10. Cut off the remaining margins along the outer guide.

    Printing with a Header and Footer
    You can print information such as a user name and printing date in headers or footers.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, click Watermark Features, and then select Header/Footer. Click
    Settings, and the select the items you want to print.

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    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

    Printing a Watermark
    You can print a watermark such as "Confidential" or an anti-copy pattern on your printouts. If you print with an
    anti-copy pattern, the hidden letters appear when photocopied in order to distinguish the original from the copies.

    Anti-Copy Pattern is available under the following conditions:
    ❏ Paper: Plain paper, Copy paper, Letterhead, Recycled paper, Colored paper, Preprinted paper, or High quality
    plain paper
    ❏ Borderless: Not selected
    ❏ Quality: Standard
    ❏ Automatic 2-sided printing: Not selected
    ❏ Color Correction: Automatic
    ❏ Short Grain Paper: Not selected
    Note:
    You can also add your own watermark or anti-copy pattern.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, click Watermark Features, and then select Anti-Copy Pattern or
    Watermark. Click Settings to change details such as the size, density, or position of the pattern or the mark.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

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    Printing Password-Protected Files
    Yon can set a password for a print job so that it starts printing only after entering the password on the printer's
    control panel.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, select Confidential Job, and then enter a password.
    To print the job, tap Confidential Job on the home screen of the printer's control panel. Select the job you want to
    print, and then enter the password.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

    Printing Multiple Files Together
    Job Arranger Lite allows you to combine several files created by different applications and print them as a single
    print job. You can specify the print settings for combined files, such as multi-page layout, and 2-sided printing.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's Main tab, select Job Arranger Lite. When you start printing, the Job Arranger Lite window
    is displayed. With the Job Arranger Lite window opened, open the file that you want to combine with the current
    file, and then repeat the above steps.

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    When you select a print job added to Print Project in the Job Arranger Lite window, you can edit the page layout.
    Click Print from the File menu to start printing.
    Note:
    If you close the Job Arranger Lite window before adding all the print data to the Print Project, the print job you are currently
    working on is canceled. Click Save from the File menu to save the current job. The extension of the saved files is "ecl".
    To open a Print Project, click Job Arranger Lite on the printer driver's Maintenance tab to open the Job Arranger Lite
    window. Next, select Open from the File menu to select the file.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Main Tab” on page 91

    Printing Using the Color Universal Print Feature
    You can enhance the visibility of texts and images in printouts.

    Color Universal Print is only available when the following settings are selected.
    ❏ Paper Type: Plain paper, Copy paper, Letterhead, Recycled paper, Colored paper, Preprinted paper, High quality
    plain paper
    ❏ Quality: Standard or a higher quality
    ❏ Print Color:Color
    ❏ Applications: Microsoft® Office 2007 or later
    ❏ Text Size: 96 pts or smaller

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, click Image Options in the Color Correction setting. Select an option
    from the Color Universal Print setting. Click Enhancement Options to make further settings.
    Note:
    ❏ Certain characters may be altered by patterns, such as "+" appearing as "±".
    ❏ Application-specific patterns and underlines may alter content printed using these settings.
    ❏ Print quality may decrease in photos and other images when using Color Universal Print settings.
    ❏ Printing is slower when using Color Universal Print settings.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

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    Adjusting the Print Color
    You can adjust the colors used in the print job.

    Note:
    These adjustments are not applied to the original data.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, select Custom as the Color Correction setting. Click Advanced to open
    the Color Correction window, and then select the method of color correction.
    Note:
    ❏ Automatic is selected as default on the More Options tab. With this setting, the colors are automatically adjusted to
    match the paper type and print quality settings.
    ❏ PhotoEnhance on the Color Correction window adjusts the color by analyzing the location of the subject. Therefore, if
    you have changed the location of the subject by reducing, enlarging, cropping, or rotating the image, the color may change
    unexpectedly. Selecting the borderless setting also changes the location of the subject resulting in changes in color. If the
    image is out of focus, the tone may be unnatural. If the color is changed or becomes unnatural, print in a mode other than
    PhotoEnhance.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

    Printing to Emphasize Thin Lines
    You can thicken thin lines that are too thin to print.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's More Options tab, click Image Options in the Color Correction setting. Select Emphasize
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    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “More Options Tab” on page 92

    Printing Clear Bar Codes
    You can print a bar code clearly and make it easy to scan. Only enable this feature if the bar code you printed
    cannot be scanned.

    You can use this feature under the following conditions.
    ❏ Paper: Plain paper, Copy paper, Letterhead, Recycled paper, Colored paper, Preprinted paper, High quality plain
    paper, or Envelope
    ❏ Quality: Standard
    Note:
    Deblurring may not always be possible depending on the circumstances.

    Print Settings
    On the printer driver's Maintenance tab, click Extended Settings, and then select Barcode mode.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Maintenance Tab” on page 92

    Canceling Printing
    You can cancel a print job from the computer. However, you cannot cancel a print job from the computer once it
    has been completely sent to the printer. In this case, cancel the print job by using the printer's control panel.

    Canceling
    On your computer, right-click on your printer in Devices and Printers, Printer, or in Printers and Faxes. Click
    See what's printing, right-click on the job you want to cancel, and then select Cancel.

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    Menu Options for the Printer Driver
    Open the print window in an application, select the printer, and then access the printer driver window.
    Note:
    Menus vary depending on the option you selected.

    Main Tab
    Printing Presets

    Add/Remove Presets

    You can add or remove your own presets for frequently used print
    settings. Select the preset you want to use from the list.

    Show Settings

    Displays a list of items currently set on the Main and More Options tabs.

    Reset Defaults

    Return all settings to their factory default values. The settings on the More Options tab are also
    reset to their defaults.

    Ink Levels

    Displays the approximate ink levels.

    Paper Source

    Select the paper source from which the paper is fed. Select Auto Select to automatically select the
    paper source selected in the print settings on the printer's control panel.
    If the printer has only one paper source, this item is not displayed.

    Document Size

    Select the paper size on which you want to print. If you select User-Defined, enter the paper width
    and height.

    Borderless

    Enlarges the print data slightly more than the paper size so that no margins are printed around the
    edges of the paper. Click Settings to select the amount of enlargement.

    Orientation

    Select the orientation you want to use to print.

    Paper Type

    Select the type of paper on which you print.

    Quality

    Select the pint quality you want to use for printing. Available settings depend on the paper type
    you select. Click More Settings to make further settings.

    Color

    Select the color for your print job.

    2-Sided Printing

    Allows you to perform 2-sided printing.
    Settings

    You can specify the binding edge and the binding margins. When
    printing multi-page documents, you can select to print starting from
    either the front or the back side of the page.

    Print Density

    Select the document type to adjust the print density. If the appropriate
    print density is selected, you can prevent images from bleeding through
    to the reverse side. Select User Defined to adjust the print density
    manually.

    Multi-Page

    Allows you to print several pages on one sheet or perform poster printing. Click Page Order to
    specify the order in which pages are printed.

    Copies

    Set the number of copies you want to print.

    Quiet Mode

    Collate

    Prints multi-page documents collated in order and sorted into sets.

    Reverse Order

    Allows you to print from the last page so that the pages are stacked in the
    correct order after printing.

    Reduces the noise the printer makes. However, enabling this may reduce print speed.

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    Print Preview

    Displays a preview of your document before printing.

    Job Arranger Lite

    Select to print using the Job Arranger Lite feature.

    More Options Tab
    Printing Presets

    Add/Remove Presets

    Show Settings

    Displays a list of items currently set on the Main and More Options tabs.

    Reset Defaults

    Return all settings to their factory default values. The settings on the Main tab are also reset to their
    defaults.

    Document Size

    Select the size of your document.

    Output Paper

    Select the paper size on which you want to print. If the Output Paper differs from Document Size,
    Reduce/Enlarge Document is selected automatically. You do not have to select Output Paper
    when printing documents without changing the size.

    Reduce/Enlarge
    Document

    Allows you to reduce or enlarge the size of a document.

    Color Correction

    You can add or remove your own presets for frequently used print
    settings. Select the preset you want to use from the list.

    Fit to Page

    Automatically reduce or enlarge the document to fit to the paper size
    selected in Output Paper.

    Zoom to

    Prints with a specific percentage.

    Center

    Prints images in the center of the paper.

    Automatic

    Adjusts the colors of images automatically.

    Custom

    Allows you to perform manual color correction. Click Advanced for
    further settings.

    Image Options

    Enables print quality options such as Color Universal Print or Fix RedEye. You can also thicken thin lines to make them visible on the
    printouts.

    Watermark Features

    Allows you to make settings for anti-copy patterns or watermarks.

    Confidential Job

    Password-protect confidential documents when printing. If you use this feature, the print data is
    stored in the printer and can only be printed after the password has been entered using the
    printer's control panel. Click Settings to change the settings.

    Additional Settings

    Rotate 180°

    Rotates pages 180 degrees before printing. This feature is helpful when
    printing on paper such as envelopes that are loaded in fixed direction in
    the printer.

    High Speed

    Prints when the print head moves in both directions. The print speed is
    faster, but the quality may decline.

    Mirror Image

    Inverts the image so that it prints as it would appear in a mirror.

    Maintenance Tab
    Nozzle Check

    Prints a nozzle check pattern to check if the print head nozzles are clogged.

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    Head Cleaning

    Cleans the clogged nozzles in the print head. Because this feature uses some ink, clean the print
    head only if the nozzles are clogged.

    Job Arranger Lite

    Opens the Job Arranger Lite window. You can save and edit data.

    EPSON Status
    Monitor 3

    Opens the EPSON Status Monitor 3 window. Here you can confirm the status of the printer and the
    consumables.

    Monitoring
    Preferences

    Allows you to make settings for items on the EPSON Status Monitor 3 window.

    Extended Settings

    Allows you to make a variety of settings. Right-click each item to view the Help for more details.

    Print Queue

    Displays the jobs waiting to be printed. You can check, pause, or resume print jobs.

    Printer and Option
    Information

    Allows you to check the number of sheets of paper fed into the printer. Here you can also register
    user accounts. If access control is set on the printer, you must register your account.

    Language

    Changes the language to be used on the printer driver window. To apply the settings, close the
    printer driver, and then open it again.

    Software Update

    Starts EPSON Software Updater to check for the latest version of applications on the Internet.

    Online Order

    Allows you to access the site where you can purchase Epson's ink cartridges.

    Technical Support

    Allows you to access the Epson technical support website.

    Printing from the Printer Driver on Mac OS
    Printing Basics
    Note:
    Operations differ depending on the application. See the application's help for details.

    1.

    Open the file you want to print.
    Load paper in the printer if it has not already been loaded.

    c Important:
    When loading in the rear paper feed slot, select Rear Paper Feed Slot as the Paper Source setting, and then
    start printing from the printer driver before loading paper. When printing starts, the printer driver tells you
    that printing is in progress. Follow the printer's on-screen instructions to load paper.

    2.

    Select Print from the File menu or another command to access the print dialog.
    If necessary, click Show Details ord to expand the print window.

    3.

    Select your printer.

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    4.

    Select Print Settings from the pop-up menu.

    Note:
    On OS X Mountain Lion or later, if the Print Settings menu is not displayed, the Epson printer driver has not been
    installed correctly.
    menu > Printers & Scanners (or Print & Scan, Print & Fax), remove the
    Select System Preferences from the
    printer, and then add the printer again. See the following to add a printer.
    http://epson.sn

    5.

    Change the settings as necessary.
    See the menu options for the printer driver for details.

    6.

    Click Print.

    Related Information
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43
    & “Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette” on page 46
    & “Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot” on page 48
    & “List of Paper Type” on page 52
    & “Menu Options for Print Settings” on page 99

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    Printing on 2-Sides
    You can print on both sides of the paper.

    Note:
    ❏ This feature is not available for borderless printing.
    ❏ If you do not use paper that is suitable for 2-sided printing, the print quality may decline and paper jams may occur.
    ❏ Depending on the paper and the data, ink may bleed through to the other side of the paper.

    Related Information
    & “Available Paper and Capacities” on page 43

    Print Settings
    Select Two-sided Printing Settings from the pop-up menu. Select the method of 2-sided printing, and then make
    the Document Type settings.
    Note:
    ❏ Printing speed may be reduced depending on the document type.
    ❏ When printing photos with dense data, select Text & Graphics or Text & Photos in the Document Type setting. If the
    printouts are smeared or ink bleeds through to the other side of the paper, adjust the Print Density and Increased Ink
    Drying Time in Adjustments.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Menu Options for Two-sided Printing Settings” on page 100

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    Printing Several Pages on One Sheet
    You can print two or four pages of data on a single sheet of paper.

    Print Settings
    Select Layout from the pop-up menu. Set the number of pages in Pages per Sheet, the Layout Direction (page
    order), and Border.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Menu Options for Layout” on page 99

    Printing and Stacking in Page Order (Reverse Order Printing)
    You can print from the last page so that the documents are stacked in page order.

    Print Settings
    Select Paper Handling from the pop-up menu. Select Reverse as the Page Order setting.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93

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    & “Menu Options for Paper Handling” on page 99

    Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document
    You can reduce or enlarge the size of a document by a specific percentage or to fit the paper size you loaded in the
    printer.

    Print Settings
    When printing to fit to the paper size, select Paper Handling from the pop-up menu, and then select Scale to fit
    paper size. Select the paper size you loaded in the printer in Destination Paper Size. When reducing the size of
    the document, select Scale down only.
    When printing at a specific percentage, do one of the following.
    ❏ Select Print from the File menu of the application. Select Printer, enter a percentage in Scale, and then click
    Print.
    ❏ Select Page Setup from the File menu of the application. Select your printer in Format For, enter a percentage
    in Scale, and then click OK.
    Note:
    Select the paper size you set in the application as the Paper Size setting.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Menu Options for Paper Handling” on page 99

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    Adjusting the Print Color
    You can adjust the colors used in the print job.

    Note:
    These adjustments are not applied to the original data.

    Print Settings
    Select Color Matching from the pop-up menu, and then select EPSON Color Controls. Select Color Options
    from the pop-up menu, and then select one of the available options. Click the arrow next to Advanced Settings,
    and then make more detailed settings.
    Related Information
    & “Printing Basics” on page 93
    & “Menu Options for Color Matching” on page 99
    & “Menu Options for Color Options” on page 100

    Canceling Printing
    You can cancel a print job from the computer. However, you cannot cancel a print job from the computer once it
    has been completely sent to the printer. In this case, cancel the print job by using the printer's control panel.

    Canceling
    Click the printer icon in the Dock. Select the job you want to cancel, and then do one of the following.
    ❏ OS X Mountain Lion or later
    Click

    next to the progress meter.

    ❏ Mac OS X v10.6.8 to v10.7.x
    Click Delete.

    Menu Options for the Printer Driver
    Open the print window in an application, select the printer, and then access the printer driver window.
    Note:
    Menus vary depending on the option you selected.

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    Menu Options for Layout
    Pages per Sheet

    Select the number of pages to be printed on one sheet.

    Layout Direction

    Specify the order in which the pages will be printed.

    Border

    Prints a border around the pages.

    Reverse page
    orientation

    Rotates pages 180 degrees before printing. Select this item when printing on paper such as
    envelopes that are loaded in fixed direction in the printer.

    Flip horizontally

    Inverts an image to print as it would appear in a mirror.

    Menu Options for Color Matching
    ColorSync

    Select the method for color adjustment. These options adjusts colors between the printer and the
    computer display to minimize the difference in color.

    EPSON Color Controls

    Menu Options for Paper Handling
    Collate pages

    Prints multi-page documents collated in order and sorted into sets.

    Pages to Print

    Select to print only odd pages or even pages.

    Page Order

    Select to print from the top or the last page.

    Scale to fit paper size

    Prints to fit to the paper size you loaded.
    Destination Paper
    Size

    Select the paper size to print on.

    Scale down only

    Select when reducing the size of the document.

    Menu Options for Cover Page
    Print Cover Page

    Select whether or not to print a cover page. When you want to add a back cover, select After
    document.

    Cover Page Type

    Select the contents of the cover page.

    Menu Options for Print Settings
    Paper Source

    Select the paper source from which the paper is fed. If the printer has only one paper source, this
    item is not displayed. Selecting Auto Select selects the paper source that matches the paper
    setting on the printer automatically.

    Media Type

    Select the type of paper on which you print.

    Print Quality

    Select the pint quality you want to use for printing. The options vary depending on the paper type.

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    Borderless

    This checkbox is selected when you select a borderless paper size.
    Expansion

    In borderless printing, the print data is enlarged slightly more than the
    paper size so that no margins are printed around the edges of the paper.
    Select the amount of enlargement.

    Grayscale

    Select when you want to print in black or shades of gray.

    Mirror Image

    Inverts an image to print as it would appear in a mirror.

    Menu Options for Color Options
    Manual Settings

    Adjusts the color manually. In Advanced Settings, you can select detailed settings.

    PhotoEnhance

    Produces sharper images and more vivid colors by automatically adjusting the contrast, saturation,
    and brightness of the original image data.

    Off (No Color
    Adjustment)

    Print without enhancing or adjusting the color in any way.

    Menu Options for Two-sided Printing Settings
    Two-sided Printing

    Prints on both sides of the paper.

    Making Operation Settings for the Mac OS Printer Driver
    Accessing the Operation Settings Window of the Mac OS Printer Driver
    Select System Preferences from the
    menu > Printers & Scanners (or Print & Scan, Print & Fax), and then
    select the printer. Click Options & Supplies > Options (or Driver).

    Operation Settings of the Mac OS Printer Driver
    ❏ Thick paper and envelopes: Prevents the ink from smearing when printing on thick paper. However, this may
    reduce print speed.
    ❏ Skip Blank Page: Avoids printing blank pages.
    ❏ Quiet Mode: Reduces the noise the printer makes, however, may reduce print speed.
    ❏ Permit temporary black printing: Prints only with black ink temporarily.
    ❏ High Speed Printing: Prints when the print head moves in both directions. The print speed is faster, but the
    quality may decline.
    ❏ Output documents for filing: Feed the paper so that it is easy to file when printing landscape data or 2-sided
    printing. Envelope printing is not supported.
    ❏ Remove white borders: Removes unnecessary margins during borderless printing.
    ❏ Warning Notifications: Allows the printer driver to display warning notifications.

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    ❏ Establish bidirectional communication: Usually, this should be set to On. Select Off when acquiring the printer
    information is impossible because the printer is shared with Windows computers on a network or for any other
    reason.

    Printing Files from a Memory Device
    You can print JPEG and TIFF files from a memory device connected to the printer.

    Printing JPEG Files from a Memory Device
    Note:
    If you have more than 999 images on your memory device, images are automatically divided into groups and the group
    selection screen is displayed. Images are sorted by the date they were taken.

    1.

    Connect the memory device to the printer's external interface USB port.

    2.

    Select Memory Device on the home screen.

    3.

    Select JPEG.
    The images on the memory device are displayed as thumbnails.
    to change the Display order or make settings for Select All Images, Cancel Image Selection, and
    Select
    Select Group.

    4.

    Select the files you want to print.
    Selected images have check marks on them.
    To preview one image, select Single View. You can enlarge the image by using
    preview the previous or next image.

    . Use

    5.

    Select Proceed to Print to make the print settings.

    6.

    Set the paper source and the color mode that you want to use on the Basic Settings tab.

    7.

    Set the other items on the Advanced tab as necessary.
    For more information on detailed settings, see the menus for Memory Device.

    8.

    Enter the number of copies.

    9.

    Tap x to start printing.

    10. Remove the memory device from the printer.
    Related Information
    & “JPEG Settings” on page 102
    & “Supported Data Specifications” on page 274

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    1.

    Connect the memory device to the printer's external interface USB port.

    2.

    Select Memory Device on the home screen.

    3.

    Select TIFF.
    The files on the memory device are displayed as a list.
    To change the order of the files, select

    .

    4.

    Select the file you want to print.

    5.

    Set the paper source and the color mode that you want to use on the Basic Settings tab.

    6.

    Set the other items on the Advanced tab as necessary.
    For more information on detailed settings, see the menus for the memory device.

    7.

    Enter the number of copies.

    8.

    Tap x to start printing.

    9.

    Remove the memory device from the printer.

    Related Information
    & “TIFF Settings” on page 103
    & “Supported Data Specifications” on page 274

    Menu Options for Memory Device
    Select Memory Device on the printer's home screen to make various print settings for the file on the memory
    device.

    JPEG Settings
    (Options) :
    Make settings for ordering, selecting, and deselecting image data.

    Basic Settings:
    ❏ Paper Setting
    Specify the paper source settings which you want to print on.
    ❏ Color Mode
    Select a color setting whether you normally print in B&W or Color.

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    Advanced:
    ❏ Layout
    Select how to layout the JPEG files. 1-up is for printing one file per sheet with margins around the
    edges. Borderless is for printing one file per sheet without margins around the edges. The image is
    enlarged a little to remove borders from the edges of the paper. 20-up is for printing 20 files on one
    sheet. Index is for making index printing with information.
    ❏ Fit Frame
    Select On to crop the image to fit into the selected print layout automatically. If the aspect ratio of
    the image data and the paper size is different, the image is automatically enlarged or reduced so that
    the short sides match the short sides of the paper. The long side of the image is cropped if it extends
    beyond the long side of the paper. This feature may not work for panorama photos.
    ❏ Quality
    Select Best for higher quality printing, but the printing speed may be slower.
    ❏ Date
    Select the format of the date the photo was taken or saved. The date is not printed for some layouts.
    ❏ Fix Photo
    Select this mode to improve the brightness, contrast, and saturation of the photo automatically. To
    turn off automatic improvement, select Enhance Off.
    ❏ Fix Red-Eye
    Select On to automatically fix the red-eye effect in photos. Corrections are not applied to the original
    file, only to the printouts. Depending on the type of photo, parts of the image other than the eyes
    may be corrected.

    TIFF Settings
    You can make print settings for TIFF format files in you memory devices.

    (Display order) :
    Changes the order of the files.

    Basic Settings:
    ❏ Paper Setting
    Specify the paper source settings which you want to print on.
    ❏ Color Mode
    Select a color setting whether you normally print in B&W or Color.

    Advanced:
    ❏ Layout
    Select how to layout the Multi-TIFF file. 1-up is for printing one page per sheet with margins around
    the edges. Borderless is for printing one page per sheet without margins around the edges. The
    image is enlarged a little to remove borders from the edges of the paper. 20-up is for printing 20
    pages on one sheet. Index is for making index printing with information.

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    ❏ Fit Frame
    Select On to crop the photo to fit into the selected photo layout automatically. If the aspect ratio of
    the image data and the paper size is different, the image is automatically enlarged or reduced so that
    the short sides match the short sides of the paper. The long side of the image is cropped if it extends
    beyond the long side of the paper. This feature may not work for panorama photos.
    ❏ Quality
    Select Best for higher quality printing, but the printing speed may be slower.
    ❏ Print Order
    Select the order for printing multi-page TIFF files.
    ❏ Date
    Select the format of the date the photo was taken or saved. The date is not printed for some layouts.

    Printing from Smart Devices
    Using Epson iPrint
    Epson iPrint is an application that allows you to print photos, documents, and web pages from a smart device such
    as a smartphone or tablet. You can use local print, printing from a smart device that is connected to the same
    wireless network as your printer, or remote print, printing from a remote location over the Internet. To use remote
    print, register your printer in the Epson Connect service.

    Related Information
    & “Printing Using a Network Service” on page 226

    Connecting from Smart Device by Wi-Fi Direct
    You need to connect the smart device to the printer to print from the smart device.
    Wi-Fi Direct allows you to connect the printer directly to devices without an access point. The printer acts as an
    access point.

    c Important:
    When you connect from a smart device to the printer using the Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection, the printer is
    connected to the same Wi-Fi network (SSID) as the smart device and the communication is established between
    them. Since the smart device is automatically connected to the other connectable Wi-Fi network if the printer is
    turned off, it is not connected to the previous Wi-Fi network again if the printer is turned on. Connect to the
    printer's SSID for Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) connection from the smart device again.

    1.

    Tap

    on the home screen.

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    2.

    Tap Wi-Fi Direct.

    3.

    Tap Start Setup.
    If you have made Wi-Fi settings, the detailed connection information is displayed. Go to step 5.

    4.

    Tap Start Setup.

    5.

    Check the SSID and password displayed on the printer's control panel. On the smart device's Wi-Fi screen,
    select the SSID shown on the printer's control panel to connect.
    Note:
    You can check the connection method on the Web site. To access the Web site, scan the QR code displayed on the
    printer's control panel using the smart device , and then go to Setup.

    6.

    Enter the password displayed on the printer's control panel on the smart device.

    7.

    After the connection is established, tap OK or Close on the printer's control panel.

    Installing Epson iPrint
    You can install Epson iPrint on your smart device from the following URL or QR code.
    http://ipr.to/c

    Printing Using Epson iPrint
    Start Epson iPrint from your smart device and select the item you want to use from the home screen.

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    The following screens are subject to change without notice.

    A

    Home screen displayed when the application is started.

    B

    Displays information on how to setup the printer and a FAQ.

    C

    Displays the screen where you can select the printer and make printer settings. Once you have selected the
    printer, you do not need to select it again from the next time.

    D

    Select what you want to print such as photos, documents, and web pages.

    E

    Displays the screen to make print settings such as paper size and paper type.

    F

    Displays the paper size. When this is displayed as a button, press it to display the paper settings currently
    set on the printer.

    G

    Displays photos and documents you selected.

    H

    Starts printing.

    Note:
    To print from the document menu using iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running iOS, start Epson iPrint after transferring the
    document you want to print using the file sharing function in iTunes.

    Printing by Touching Smart Devices to the N-Mark
    You can simply connect and print by touching your smart device to the printer's N-Mark.
    Make sure that you prepare the following before using this feature.
    ❏ Enable the NFC function on your smart device.
    Only Android 4.0 or later supports NFC (Near Field Communication).
    The location and NFC functions vary depending on the smart device. See the documentation provided with
    your smart device for details.

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    ❏ Install Epson iPrint on your smart device.
    Touch your smart device to the printer's N-Mark to install it.
    ❏ Enable Wi-Fi Direct on your printer.
    1.

    Load paper in the printer.

    2.

    Touch your smart device to the printer's N-Mark.
    Epson iPrint starts.

    Note:
    The printer may not be able to communicate with the smart device when there are obstacles such as metal between the
    printer's N-Mark and the smart device.

    3.

    Select the file you want to print in Epson iPrint.

    4.

    On the preview screen with the Print icon, touch the smart device to the printer's N-Mark.
    Printing starts.

    Related Information
    & “Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette” on page 46
    & “Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot” on page 48
    & “Making Wi-Fi Direct (Simple AP) Connection Settings” on page 29

    Using Epson Print Enabler
    You can wirelessly print your documents, emails, photos, and web pages right from your Android phone or tablet
    (Android v4.4 or later). With a few taps, your Android device will discover an Epson printer that is connected to
    the same wireless network.
    1.

    Load paper in the printer.

    2.

    Set up your printer for wireless printing.

    3.

    On your Android device, install the Epson Print Enabler plug-in from Google Play.

    4.

    Connect your Android device to the same wireless network as your printer.

    5.

    Go to Settings on your Android device, select Printing, and then enable Epson Print Enabler.

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    6.

    From an Android application such as Chrome, tap the menu icon and print whatever is on the screen.
    Note:
    If you do not see your printer, tap All Printers and select your printer.

    Related Information
    & “Loading Paper in the Paper Cassette” on page 46
    & “Loading Paper in the Rear Paper Feed Slot” on page 48
    & “Connecting to a Smart Device” on page 25

    Using AirPrint
    AirPrint enables instant wireless printing from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with the latest version of iOS, and
    Mac with the latest version of OS X or macOS.

    Note:
    If you disabled paper configuration messages on your product control panel, you cannot use AirPrint. See the link below to
    enable the messages, if necessary.

    1.

    Load paper in your product.

    2.

    Set up your product for wireless printing. See the link below.
    http://epson.sn

    3.

    Connect your Apple device to the same wireless network that your product is using.

    4.

    Print from your device to your product.
    Note:
    For details, see the AirPrint page on the Apple website.

    Related Information
    & “Printer Settings” on page 63

    Canceling Ongoing or Queued Jobs
    Note:
    You can also cancel the ongoing jobs by tapping y on the printer's control panel.

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    1.

    Press the

    button to display Job/Status.

    2.

    Select Active on the Job Status tab.
    Ongoing print jobs and jobs that are standing by are shown in the list.

    3.

    Select the job that you want to cancel.

    4.

    Select Cancel.

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    Copying
    Copying Basics
    This section explains the steps for basic copying.
    1.

    Place the originals.
    If you want to copy multiple originals or make 2-sided copies, place all of the originals on the ADF.

    2.

    Select Copy on the home screen.

    3.

    Check the settings in Basic Settings tab.
    Select the setting item to change it as necessary.
    Note:
    ❏ If you select Advanced tab, you can make settings such as Multi-Page or Original Type.
    ❏ If you select

    , you can register frequently used copy settings as presets.

    ❏ If the combination of settings you require is not available,
    then change the settings.
    ❏ Select

    is displayed. Select the icon to check the details, and

    to check the scanned image before start copying.

    4.

    Enter the number of copies.

    5.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52
    & “Basic Menu Options for Copying” on page 111
    & “Advanced Menu Options for Copying” on page 112

    Copying on 2-Sides
    You can copy multiple originals or 2-sided documents on both sides of the paper.
    1.

    Select Copy on the home screen.

    2.

    Select Basic Settings > 2-Sided, and then select 1→2-Sided or 2→2-Sided.
    You can also specify the orientation and binding position of the original and the copy result.

    3.

    Set the other items as necessary.

    4.

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    Related Information
    & “Copying Basics” on page 110

    Copying Multiple Originals onto One Sheet
    You can copy two or four originals onto a single sheet of paper.
    1.

    Select Copy on the home screen.

    2.

    Select Advanced tab > Multi-Page, and select 2-up or 4-up.
    You can also specify the layout order and orientation of the original.

    3.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Copying Basics” on page 110

    Basic Menu Options for Copying
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    B&W:
    Copies the original in black and white (monochrome).

    Color:
    Copies the original in color.

    Density:
    Increase the level of density when the copying results are faint. Decrease the level of density when ink
    smears.

    Paper Setting:
    Select the paper source that you want to use. When Auto is selected, paper is fed automatically using
    the Paper Setting settings made when you loaded the paper. This feature is available for models with
    two paper cassettes only.

    Reduce/Enlarge:
    Configures the magnification ratio of the enlargement or reduction. If you want to reduce or enlarge
    the original by a specific percentage, select the value, and then enter a percentage within a range of 25
    to 400%.

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    ❏ Auto Fit Page
    Detects the scan area and automatically enlarges or reduces the original to fit to the paper size you
    selected. When there are white margins around the original, the white margins from the corner
    mark of the scanner glass are detected as the scan area, but the margins at the opposite side may be
    cropped.

    ❏ Actual Size
    Copies at 100 % magnification.
    ❏ A4→A5 and others
    Automatically enlarges or reduces the original to fit to a specific paper size.

    Original Size:
    Select the size of your original. When copying non-standard size originals, select the size closest to your
    original.

    2-Sided:
    Select 2-sided layout.
    ❏ 1→1-Sided
    Copies one side of an original onto a single side of paper.
    ❏ 2→2-Sided
    Copies both sides of a double-sided original onto both sides of a single sheet of paper. Select the
    orientation of your original and the binding position of the original and the paper.
    ❏ 1→2-Sided
    Copies two single-sided originals onto both sides of a single sheet of paper. Select the orientation of
    your original and the binding position of the paper.
    ❏ 2→1-Sided
    Copies both sides of a double-sided original onto one side of two sheets of paper. Select the
    orientation of your original and the binding position of the original.

    Advanced Menu Options for Copying
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

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    Multi-Page:
    ❏ Single Page
    Copies a single-sided original onto a single sheet.
    ❏ 2-up
    Copies two single-sided originals onto a single sheet in 2-up layout. Select the layout order and the
    orientation of your original.
    ❏ 4-up
    Copies four single-sided originals onto a single sheet in 4-up layout. Select the layout order and the
    orientation of your original.

    Original Type:
    Select the type of your original. Copies in optimal quality to match the type of original.

    Finishing:
    Select how to eject the paper for multiple copies of multiple originals.
    ❏ Group (Same Pages)
    Copies the originals by page as a group.

    ❏ Collate (Page Order)
    Copies the originals collated in order and sorted into sets.

    Orientation (Original):
    Select the orientation of your original.

    Book →2Pages:
    Copies two facing pages of a booklet onto separate sheets of paper. Select which page of a booklet to
    scan.

    Image Quality:
    Adjust image settings.
    ❏ Contrast
    Adjust the difference between the bright and dark parts.
    ❏ Saturation
    Adjust the vividness of the colors.

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    ❏ Red Balance, Green Balance, Blue Balance
    Adjust the density for each color.
    ❏ Sharpness
    Adjust the outline of the image.
    ❏ Hue Regulation
    Adjust the color tone of the skin. Select + to make it cold (increase green) and select - to make it
    warm (increase red).
    ❏ Remove Background
    Adjust the density of the background color. Select + to make it bright (white) and select - to make it
    dark (black).

    Remove Shadow:
    Removes shadows that appear around copies when copying thick paper or that appear in the center of
    copies when copying a booklet.

    Remove Punch Holes:
    Removes the binding holes when copying.

    ID Card Copy:
    Scans both sides of an ID card and copies onto one side of paper.

    Borderless Copy:
    Copies without margins around the edges. The image is enlarged a little to remove margins from the
    edges of the paper. Select how much to enlarge in the Expansion setting.

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    Scanning
    Scanning Using the Control Panel
    You can send scanned images from the printer's control panel to the following destinations.

    Network Folder/FTP
    You can save the scanned image to a folder on a network. You can specify a shared folder on the
    computer, created using SMB protocols, or a folder on an FTP sever. Before scanning, you need to set a
    shared folder or FTP server.

    Email
    You can send scanned image files by email directly from the printer through a pre-configured email
    server. Before scanning, you need to configure the email server.

    Computer
    You can save the scanned image to a computer connected to the printer. Before scanning, install Epson
    Scan 2 and Epson Event Manager on your computer.

    Memory Device
    You can save the scanned image to a memory device. You need not set any settings before scanning.

    Cloud
    You can send scanned images to cloud services. Before scanning, make settings on the Epson Connect.

    Computer (WSD)
    You can save the scanned image to a computer connected to the printer, using WSD feature. If you are
    using the Windows 7/Windows Vista, you need to make WSD settings on your computer before
    scanning.
    Related Information
    & “Saving the Scanned Image to a Shared Folder or FTP Server” on page 115
    & “Scanning to an Email” on page 124
    & “Scanning to a Computer (Event Manager)” on page 127
    & “Scanning to a Memory Device” on page 130
    & “Scanning to the Cloud” on page 132

    Saving the Scanned Image to a Shared Folder or FTP Server
    You can save the scanned image to a specified folder on a network. You can specify a shared folder on the
    computer, created using SMB protocols, or a folder on an FTP sever.

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    Note:
    ❏ The scanner and the computer should be connected to the same network. Contact your administrator for the network
    settings.
    ❏ If you want to save scanned images to an FTP server, contact the FTP server administrator to confirm the server
    information.

    Prepare the following to save scanned images to a shared folder.
    ❏ Preparation 1: Check and Change the Computer Name
    ❏ Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer
    ❏ Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer
    Note:
    The method to set the shared folder varies depending on the operating system and your environment. In this manual, the
    examples used are for Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7. See the documentation of your computer for
    detailed information about setting a shared folder on your computer.

    Related Information
    & “Preparation 1: Check and Change the Computer Name” on page 116
    Check and change the computer name on which you want to create the shared folder.
    & “Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer” on page 117
    Create a folder on the computer, and then set the folder to be shared on the network.
    & “Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer” on page 119
    By registering a shared folder path on the printer's control panel, you can specify the folder path by selecting
    from contacts.

    Preparation 1: Check and Change the Computer Name
    Check and change the computer name on which you want to create the shared folder.
    Use alphanumerical characters for the computer name. If other characters are used, you cannot find the computer
    from the printer.
    Note:
    The method to set the shared folder varies depending on the operating system and your environment. In this manual, the
    examples used are for Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7. See the documentation of your computer for
    detailed information about setting a shared folder on your computer.

    1.

    Open the system window for the computer.
    ❏ Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8:
    Press the X key while holding down the Windows key on the keyboard, and then select System from the list.
    ❏ Windows 7:
    Click the start button, right-click Computer, and then select Property.

    2.

    Check Computer Name on the System window. Click Change Settings to change the computer name.
    Note:
    ❏ Use alphanumerical characters for the computer name. If the computer name uses any other characters, change the
    name.
    ❏ If you do not need to change the Computer Name, close the window. This completes "Preparation 1: Check and
    Change the Computer Name". Next, move on to "Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer".

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    3.

    Click Change on the Computer Name tab.

    4.

    Click OK after you have changed the computer name.

    5.

    To restart the computer, save all files and close them, and then click OK.

    6.

    Click Close if the System Properties window is displayed.

    7.

    Click Restart Now and restart the computer.

    This completes "Preparation 1: Check and Change the Computer Name".
    Next, move on to "Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer".
    Related Information
    & “Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer” on page 117
    Create a folder on the computer, and then set the folder to be shared on the network.

    Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer
    Create a folder on the computer, and then set the folder to be shared on the network.
    The following procedure is for when a password is set on the computer.
    Note:
    The method to set the shared folder varies depending on the operating system and your environment. In this manual, the
    examples used are for Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7. See the documentation of your computer for
    detailed information about setting a shared folder on your computer.

    1.

    Open the Control Panel.
    ❏ Windows 10:
    Right-click the start button or press and hold it, and then select Control Panel.
    ❏ Windows 8.1/Windows 8:
    Select Desktop > Settings > Control Panel.
    ❏ Windows 7:
    Click the start button and select Control Panel.

    2.

    On the Control Panel window, click Network and Internet.

    3.

    On the Network and Internet window, click Network and Sharing Center.

    4.

    On the Network and Sharing Center window, click Change advanced sharing settings.

    5.

    On the Advanced sharing settings window, select Turn on file and printer sharing on the File and printer
    sharing. Click Save changes and close the window.
    If it is already selected, click Cancel and close the window.

    6.

    On the Network and Sharing Center window, click × at the top-right on the window to close the window.

    7.

    Start the explorer.

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    8.

    Select any drive, and then make a folder.
    ❏ Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8:
    Click PC, and then select any drive. Right-click on the drive, and then select New > Folder.
    ❏ Windows 7:
    Click Computer, and then select any drive. Right-click on the drive, and then select New > Folder.

    9.

    Name the created folder.
    Note:
    The folder name should be 12 characters or less. If the name exceeds 12 characters, the printer may not be able to access
    the folder depending on your environment.

    10. Right-click the created folder, and then select Properties.
    Grant change access permission to share access permissions for the user account. This is applied when the user
    accesses the folder over a network.
    11. Select the Sharing tab on the Properties window.
    12. Click Advanced Sharing on the Sharing tab.
    13. On the Advanced Sharing window, enable Share this folder, and then click Permissions.
    14. On the Share Permissions tab, select Everyone from Group or user names, and then click Remove.
    If Everyone is permitted, users other than you can access the shared folder.
    15. Click Add below Group or user names.
    16. In Enter the object name to select on the Select Users or Groups window, enter the User Name you want to
    use to log on to the computer.
    17. Click Check Names. Confirm that the name is underlined, and then click OK.
    Note:
    If Name Not Found is displayed, click Cancel and then enter correct user name.

    18. On the Share Permissions tab, select the user name that is entered in Group or user names, allow the
    Change, and then click OK.
    19. On the Advanced Sharing window, click the Apply, and then click OK.
    20. The network path for the shared folder is displayed on the Sharing tab. This path is necessary when registering
    contacts on the printer, make sure you write it down or copy and save it.
    21. Select the Security tab, and then confirm that Authenticated Users is displayed in Group or user names, and
    that Modify is allowed for Authenticated Users.
    ❏ If Modify is allowed, click OK. This completes "Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer".
    Next, move on to "Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer".
    ❏ If it is not allowed, go to step 22.
    22. Click Edit.
    Grant change access permission to share security permissions for the user account. This is applied when the
    user accesses the folder over a network or through a local log on.

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    23. Click Add below Group or user names.
    24. In Enter the object name to select on the Select Users or Groups window, enter the User Name to log on to
    the computer.
    25. Click Check Names. Confirm that the name is underlined, and then click OK.
    If Name Not Found is displayed, click Cancel and then enter correct user name.
    Note:
    Follow the steps below to check the user name.
    ❏ Windows 10: Right-click the start button or press and hold it, and then select Control Panel > User Account.
    ❏ Windows 8.1/Windows 8: Select Desktop > Settings > Control Panel > User Account.
    ❏ Windows 7: Select Start > Control Panel > User Account.

    26. On the Permissions window, confirm that the user name is displayed in Group or user names, allow Modify
    for the name, click Apply, and then click OK.
    27. Click OK or Close to close the window.
    Note:
    The folder icon does not change after sharing. Shared is displayed as the State on the folders window.

    This completes "Preparation 2: Create a Shared Folder on the Computer".
    Next, move on to "Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer".
    Related Information
    & “Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer” on page 119
    By registering a shared folder path on the printer's control panel, you can specify the folder path by selecting
    from contacts.

    Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer
    By registering a shared folder path on the printer's control panel, you can specify the folder path by selecting from
    contacts.
    You need the following information to register to contacts.
    ❏ User name and password to log on to the computer
    ❏ Network path for the shared folder
    ❏ IP address of the printer or printer name (only when registering from the computer)
    ❏ Administrator password for the printer (only when the administrator's lock is enabled)
    There are several methods to register the folder path to contacts. Each method can register the same content. See
    the following related information for more details.
    Note:
    The method to set the shared folder varies depending on the operating system and your environment. In this manual, the
    examples used are for Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7. See the documentation of your computer for
    detailed information about setting a shared folder on your computer.

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    Related Information
    & “Registering from the Control Panel of the Printer” on page 120
    You can register contacts from the printer's control panel.
    & “Registering from a Computer Using a Web Browser” on page 120
    You can register contacts from your computer by accessing the printer's configuration screen (Web Config) from
    a Web browser. You can continue working on the computer after creating the shared folder.

    Registering from the Control Panel of the Printer
    You can register contacts from the printer's control panel.
    1.

    Select Settings from the home screen.

    2.

    Select Contacts Manager, and then select Register/Delete.

    3.

    Select Add Entry, and then select Add Contact.

    4.

    Select Network Folder/FTP.

    5.

    Make the necessary information.
    ❏ Registry Number: Set a registration number for the address.
    ❏ Name: Enter a Name to display in the contacts list.
    ❏ Index Word: Enter the index word used when searching for the contacts list.
    ❏ Communication Mode: Select SMB.
    ❏ Location (Required): Enter the network path of the shared folder.
    ❏ User Name: Enter a user name to log on to the computer. (only when password is set on the computer)
    ❏ Password: Enter a password corresponding to the user name.
    ❏ Assign to Frequent Use: Set the address as a frequently used address. The group will be displayed on the top
    screen when specifying the address.

    6.

    Press OK. This completes registering a contact to the contacts list.

    This completes "Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer". This completes all
    preparations for saving scanned images to the shared folder.
    Related Information
    & “Scanning to a Network Folder or FTP Server” on page 121

    Registering from a Computer Using a Web Browser
    You can register contacts from your computer by accessing the printer's configuration screen (Web Config) from a
    Web browser. You can continue working on the computer after creating the shared folder.
    You do not need to install any applications on the computer.
    The following operations use Internet Explorer as an example.
    1.

    Start Internet Explorer.

    2.

    Enter the printer's IP address in Internet Explorer's address bar, and then press the Enter key.

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    3.

    Click Continue to this website (not recommended).

    4.

    If an administrator password is set on the printer, click Administrator Login and then log on as an
    administrator by entering the password.
    If an administrator password is not set on the printer, you do not need to perform this operation. Go to step 5.

    5.

    Click Scan/Copy.

    6.

    Click Contacts.

    7.

    Select a number that has not been used, and then click Edit.

    8.

    Enter necessary information, and then click Apply.
    ❏ Name: Enter a name to display in the contacts list.
    ❏ Index Word: Enter the index word used when searching in the contacts list.
    ❏ Type: Select Network Folder (SMB).
    ❏ Assign to Frequent Use: Set the address as a frequently used address. The group will be displayed on the top
    screen when specifying the address.
    ❏ Save to: Enter the network path of the shared folder.
    ❏ User Name: Enter a user name to log on to the computer. (only when password is set on the computer)
    ❏ Password: Enter a password corresponding to the user name.

    9.

    A message is displayed saying that registration is complete. Close the Web browser.

    This completes "Preparation 3: Register the Shared Folder in Contacts on the Printer". This completes all
    preparations for saving scanned images to the shared folder.
    Related Information
    & “Scanning to a Network Folder or FTP Server” on page 121

    Scanning to a Network Folder or FTP Server
    You can save the scanned image to a specified folder on a network. You can specify the folder by entering a folder
    path directly, but it may be easier if you register the folder information in the contacts list first.
    Note:
    ❏ Before you use this feature, make sure the printer's Date/Time and Time Difference settings are correct. Access the menus
    from Settings > General Settings > Basic Settings > Date/Time Settings.
    ❏ You can check destination before scanning. Select Settings > General Settings > Scan Settings, and then enable Confirm
    Recipient.

    1.

    Place the originals.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals or make a 2-sided scan, place all of the originals on the ADF.

    2.

    Tap Scan on the home screen.

    3.

    Tap Network Folder/FTP.

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    4.

    Specify the folder.
    ❏ To select from frequently used addresses: Tap the icons displayed on the screen.
    ❏ To enter the folder path directly: Tap Keyboard. Select Communication Mode, enter the folder path as the
    Location (Required), and then make other folder settings.
    Enter the folder path in the following format.
    When using SMB as the communication mode: \\host name\folder name
    When using FTP as the communication mode: ftp://host name/folder name
    ❏ To select from the contacts list: Tap Contacts, select a contact, and then tap Close.
    You can search for a folder from the contacts list. Enter the search keyword into the box at the top of the
    screen.
    Note:
    You can print the history of the folder in which documents are saved by tapping

    5.

    .

    Tap Scan Settings, and then check settings such as the save format, and change them if necessary.
    Note:
    to save your settings as a preset.

    Tap

    6.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Managing Contacts” on page 58
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52
    & “Registering Your Favorite Settings as a Preset” on page 60

    Destination Menu Options for Scanning to a Folder
    Keyboard:
    Open the Edit Location screen. Enter the folder path and set each item on the screen.
    ❏ Communication Mode
    Select the communication mode.
    ❏ Location (Required)
    Enter a folder path in which to save the scanned image.
    ❏ User Name
    Enter a user name for the specified folder.
    ❏ Password
    Enter a password for the specified folder.
    ❏ Connection Mode
    Select the connection mode.
    ❏ Port Number
    Enter a port number.

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    Contacts:
    Select a folder in which to save the scanned image from the contacts list. You do not need to make
    location settings when you have selected a folder from the contacts list.

    Scan Menu Options for Scanning to a Folder
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    Color Mode:
    Select whether to scan in color or in monochrome.

    File Format:
    Select the format in which to save the scanned image.
    ❏ Compression Ratio
    Select how much to compress the scanned image.
    ❏ PDF Settings
    When you have selected PDF as the save format setting, use these settings to protect PDF files.
    To create a PDF file that requires a password when opening, set Document Open Password. To
    create a PDF file that requires a password when printing or editing, set Permissions Password.

    Resolution:
    Select the scanning resolution.

    2-Sided:
    Scan both sides of the original.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.
    ❏ Binding(Original)
    Select the binding direction of the original.

    Scan Area:
    Select the scan area. To crop the white space around the text or image when scanning, select Auto
    Cropping. To scan at the maximum area of the scanner glass, select Max Area.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Original Type:
    Select the type of your original.

    Density:
    Select the contrast of the scanned image.

    Remove Shadow:
    Remove the shadows of the original that appear in the scanned image.

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    ❏ Surround
    Remove the shadows at the edge of the original.
    ❏ Center
    Remove the shadows of the binding margin of the booklet.

    Remove Punch Holes:
    Remove the punch holes that appear in the scanned image. You can specify the area to erase the punch
    holes by entering a value in the box on the right.
    ❏ Erasing Position
    Select the position to remove the punch holes.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    File Name:
    ❏ Filename Prefix:
    Enter a prefix for the name of the images in alphanumeric characters and symbols.
    ❏ Add Date:
    Add the date to the file name.
    ❏ Add Time:
    Add the time to the file name.

    Scanning to an Email
    You can send scanned image files by email directly from the printer through a pre-configured email server.Before
    using this feature, you need to configure the email server.
    You can specify the email address by entering directly, but it may be easier if you register the email address in the
    contacts list first.
    Note:
    ❏ Before you use this feature, make sure the printer's Date/Time and Time Difference settings are correct. Access the menus
    from Settings > General Settings > Basic Settings > Date/Time Settings.
    ❏ You can check destination before scanning. Select Settings > General Settings > Scan Settings, and then enable Confirm
    Recipient.

    1.

    Place the originals.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals or make 2-sided scans, place all of the originals in the ADF.

    2.

    Tap Scan on the home screen.

    3.

    Tap Email.

    4.

    Specify the addresses.
    ❏ To select frequently used addresses: Tap the icons displayed on the screen.
    ❏ To enter the email address manually: Tap Keyboard, enter the email address, and then tap OK.

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    ❏ To select from the contacts list: Tap Contacts, select a contact or a group, and then tap Close.
    You can search for the address from the contacts list. Enter the search keyword into the box at the top of the
    screen.
    ❏ To select from the history list: Tap History, select a contact, and then tap Close.
    Note:
    ❏ The number of recipients you selected is displayed on the right of the screen. You can send emails to up to 10
    addresses and groups.
    If groups is included in recipients, you can select up to 200 individual addresses in total, taking addresses in the
    groups into account.
    ❏ Tap the address box at the top of the screen to display the list of selected addresses.
    ❏ Tap

    5.

    to display or print the sending history, or change the email server settings.

    Tap Scan Settings, and then check settings such as the save format, and change them if necessary.
    Note:
    to save your settings as a preset.

    Tap

    6.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Using an Email Server” on page 71
    & “Managing Contacts” on page 58
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52
    & “Registering Your Favorite Settings as a Preset” on page 60

    Menu Options for Scanning to an Email
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    Color Mode:
    Select whether to scan in color or in monochrome.

    File Format:
    Select the format in which to save the scanned image.
    ❏ Compression Ratio
    Select how much to compress the scanned image.
    ❏ PDF Settings
    When you have selected PDF as the save format setting, use these settings to protect PDF files.
    To create a PDF file that requires a password when opening, set Document Open Password. To
    create a PDF file that requires a password when printing or editing, set Permissions Password.

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    2-Sided:
    Scan both sides of the original.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.
    ❏ Binding(Original)
    Select the binding direction of the original.

    Scan Area:
    Select the scan area. To crop the white space around the text or image when scanning, select Auto
    Cropping. To scan at the maximum area of the scanner glass, select Max Area.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Original Type:
    Select the type of your original.

    Density:
    Select the contrast of the scanned image.

    Remove Shadow:
    Remove the shadows of the original that appear in the scanned image.
    ❏ Surround
    Remove the shadows at the edge of the original.
    ❏ Center
    Remove the shadows of the binding margin of the booklet.

    Remove Punch Holes:
    Remove the punch holes that appear in the scanned image. You can specify the area to erase the punch
    holes by entering a value in the box on the right.
    ❏ Erasing Position
    Select the position to remove the punch holes.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Subject:
    Enter a subject for the email in alphanumeric characters and symbols.

    Attached File Max Size:
    Select the maximum file size that can be attached to the email.

    File Name:
    ❏ Filename Prefix:
    Enter a prefix for the name of the images in alphanumeric characters and symbols.

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    ❏ Add Date:
    Add the date to the file name.
    ❏ Add Time:
    Add the time to the file name.

    Scanning to a Computer (Event Manager)
    Note:
    Before scanning, install Epson Scan 2 and Epson Event Manager on your computer.

    1.

    Place the originals.

    2.

    Select Scan on the home screen.

    3.

    Select Computer.

    4.

    Select

    on the top of the screen to select the computer to which you want to save the scanned images.

    Note:
    ❏ When the printer is connected to a network, you can select the computer to which you want to save the scanned
    image. You can display up to 20 computers on the printer's control panel. If you set Network Scan Name
    (Alphanumeric) on Epson Event Manager, it is displayed on the control panel.

    5.

    Select Select action to select how to save the scanned image to a computer.
    ❏ Save as JPEG: Saves the scanned image in JPEG format.
    ❏ Save as PDF: Saves the scanned image in PDF format.
    ❏ Attach to e-mail: Starts the email client on your computer, and then automatically attaches it to an email.
    ❏ Follow custom setting: Saves the scanned image using the settings on the Epson Event Manager. You can
    change the scan settings such as the scanning size, folder to save to, or save format.

    6.

    Check other settings, and change them if necessary.
    ❏ 2-Sided: Select whether or not to scan both sides of the original.
    ❏ Scan Size: Select the size for the scanned image.

    7.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52

    Making Custom Settings in Epson Event Manager
    You can set the scan settings for Follow custom setting in Epson Event Manager.
    See the Epson Event Manager help for details.
    1.

    Start Epson Event Manager.

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    2.

    Make sure that your scanner is selected as the Scanner on the Button Settings tab on the main screen.

    3.

    Click Make Job Settings.

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    4.

    Make scan settings on the Job Settings screen.

    ❏ Edit Job Settings: Select Custom Action.
    ❏ Setting: Scan using the best settings for the selected type of original. Click Detailed Settings for Scanning
    to set the items such as the resolution or the color for saving the scanned image.
    ❏ Target Folder: Select the save folder for the scanned image.
    ❏ Filename (Prefix + Start Number): Change the settings for the file name you want to save.
    ❏ File Format: Select the save format.
    ❏ Launch Action: Select the action when scanning.
    ❏ Test Settings: Starts test scanning using current settings.
    5.

    Click OK to return to the main screen.

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    6.

    Make sure that the Custom Action is selected on the Custom Action list.

    7.

    Click Close to close Epson Event Manager.

    Scanning to a Memory Device
    You can save the scanned image to a memory device.
    1.

    Insert a memory device into the printer's external interface USB port.

    2.

    Place the originals.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals or make 2-sided scans, place all of the originals in the ADF.

    3.

    Tap Scan on the home screen.

    4.

    Tap Memory Device.

    5.

    Set items on Basic Settings such as the save format.

    6.

    Tap Advanced, and then check settings, and change them if necessary.
    Note:
    Tap

    7.

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    Related Information
    & “Part Names and Functions” on page 15
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52
    & “Registering Your Favorite Settings as a Preset” on page 60

    Basic Menu Options for Scanning to a Memory Device
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    B&W/Color:
    Select whether to scan in color or in monochrome.

    File Format:
    Select the format in which to save the scanned image.
    ❏ Compression Ratio
    Select how much to compress the scanned image.
    ❏ PDF Settings
    When you have selected PDF as the save format setting, use these settings to protect PDF files.
    To create a PDF file that requires a password when opening, set Document Open Password. To
    create a PDF file that requires a password when printing or editing, set Permissions Password.

    Resolution:
    Select the scanning resolution.

    2-Sided:
    Scan both sides of the original.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.
    ❏ Binding(Original)
    Select the binding direction of the original.

    Scan Area:
    Select the scan area. To crop the white space around the text or image when scanning, select Auto
    Cropping. To scan at the maximum area of the scanner glass, select Max Area.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Original Type:
    Select the type of your original.

    Advanced Menu Options for Scanning to a Memory Device
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

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    Density:
    Select the contrast of the scanned image.

    Remove Shadow:
    Remove the shadows of the original that appear in the scanned image.
    ❏ Surround
    Remove the shadows at the edge of the original.
    ❏ Center
    Remove the shadows of the binding margin of the booklet.

    Remove Punch Holes:
    Remove the punch holes that appear in the scanned image. You can specify the area to erase the punch
    holes by entering a value in the box on the right.
    ❏ Erasing Position
    Select the position to remove the punch holes.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    File Name:
    ❏ Filename Prefix:
    Enter a prefix for the name of the images in alphanumeric characters and symbols.
    ❏ Add Date:
    Add the date to the file name.
    ❏ Add Time:
    Add the time to the file name.

    Scanning to the Cloud
    You can send scanned images to cloud services. Before using this feature, make settings using Epson Connect. See
    the following Epson Connect portal website for details.
    https://www.epsonconnect.com/
    http://www.epsonconnect.eu (Europe only)
    1.

    Make sure that you have made settings using Epson Connect.

    2.

    Place the originals.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals or make a 2-sided scan, place all of the originals on the ADF.

    3.

    Tap Scan on the home screen.

    4.

    Tap Cloud.

    5.

    Tap

    on the top of the screen, and then select a destination.

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    6.

    Set items on Basic Settings such as the save format.

    7.

    Tap Advanced, and then check settings, and change them if necessary.
    Note:
    to save your settings as a preset.

    Tap

    8.

    Tap x.

    Related Information
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52

    Basic Menu Options for Scanning to the Cloud
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    B&W/Color:
    Select whether to scan in color or in monochrome.

    JPEG/PDF:
    Select the format in which to save the scanned image.

    2-Sided:
    Scan both sides of the original.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.
    ❏ Binding(Original)
    Select the binding direction of the original.

    Scan Area:
    Select the scan area. To crop the white space around the text or image when scanning, select Auto
    Cropping. To scan at the maximum area of the scanner glass, select Max Area.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Advanced Menu Options for Scanning to the Cloud
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    Original Type:
    Select the type of your original.

    Density:
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    Remove Shadow:
    Remove the shadows of the original that appear in the scanned image.
    ❏ Surround
    Remove the shadows at the edge of the original.
    ❏ Center
    Remove the shadows of the binding margin of the booklet.

    Remove Punch Holes:
    Remove the punch holes that appear in the scanned image. You can specify the area to erase the punch
    holes by entering a value in the box on the right.
    ❏ Erasing Position
    Select the position to remove the punch holes.
    ❏ Orientation (Original)
    Select the orientation of the original.

    Scanning to a Computer (WSD)
    Note:
    ❏ This feature is only available for computers running Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista.
    ❏ If you are using Windows 7/Windows Vista, you need to setup your computer in advance using this feature.

    1.

    Place the originals.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals, place all of the originals on the ADF.

    2.

    Tap Scan on the home screen.

    3.

    Tap Computer (WSD).

    4.

    Select a computer.

    5.

    Tap x.

    Setting Up a WSD Port
    This section explains how to set up a WSD port for Windows 7/Windows Vista.
    Note:
    For Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8, the WSD port is set up automatically.

    The following is necessary to set up a WSD port.
    ❏ The printer and the computer are connected to the network.
    ❏ The printer driver is installed on the computer.
    1.

    Turn the printer on.

    2.

    Click start, and then click Network on the computer.

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    3.

    Right-click the printer, and then click Install.
    Click Continue when the User Account Control screen is displayed.
    Click Uninstall and start again if the Uninstall screen is displayed.

    Note:
    The printer name you set on the network and model name (EPSON XXXXXX (XX-XXXX)) are displayed on the
    network screen. You can check the printer's name set on the network from the printer's control panel or by printing a
    network status sheet.

    4.

    Click Your device is ready to use.

    5.

    Check the message, and then click Close.

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    6.

    Open the Devices and Printers screen.
    ❏ Windows 7
    Click start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound (or Hardware) > Devices and Printers.
    ❏ Windows Vista
    Click start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Printers.

    7.

    Check that an icon with the printer's name on the network is displayed.
    Select the printer name when using with WSD.

    Scanning from a Computer
    Authenticating Users on Epson Scan 2 when Using Access Control
    When the access control function is enabled for a printer, you need to register a user name and password when
    scanning using Epson Scan 2. If you do not know the password, contact your printer administrator.
    1.

    Start Epson Scan 2.

    2.

    On the Epson Scan 2 screen, make sure that your printer is selected in the Scanner list.

    3.

    Select Settings from the Scanner list to open the Scanner Settings screen.

    4.

    Click Access Control.

    5.

    On the Access Control screen, enter the User Name and the Password for an account that has permission to
    scan.

    6.

    Click OK.

    Scanning Using Epson Scan 2
    You can scan using the scanner driver "Epson Scan 2". You can scan originals using detailed settings that are
    suitable for text documents.
    See the Epson Scan 2 help for an explanation of each setting item.
    1.

    Place the original.
    Note:
    If you want to scan multiple originals, place them in the ADF.

    2.

    Start Epson Scan 2.

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    3.

    Make the following settings on the Main Settings tab.

    ❏ Document Source: Select the source where the original is placed.
    ❏ Scanning Side: Select the side of the original you want to scan when scanning from ADF.
    ❏ Document Size: Select the size of the original you placed.
    ❏ Image Type: Select the color for saving the scanned image.
    ❏ Resolution: Select the resolution.
    4.

    Make other scan settings if necessary.
    ❏ You can preview the scanned image by clicking the Preview button. The preview window opens, and the
    previewed image is displayed.
    When you preview using the ADF, the original is ejected from the ADF. Place the ejected original again.

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    ❏ On the Advanced Settings tab, you can make detailed image adjustment settings that are suitable for text
    documents, such as the following.
    ❏ Remove Background: Remove the background of the originals.
    ❏ Text Enhancement: You can make blurred letters in the original clear and sharp.
    ❏ Auto Area Segmentation: You can make letters clear and images smooth when performing black and
    white scanning for a document that contains images.
    ❏ Color Enhance: You can enhance the color specified for the scanned image, and then save it in grayscale
    or black and white.
    ❏ Threshold: You can adjust the border for monochrome binary (black and white).
    ❏ Unsharp Mask: You can enhance and sharpen the outlines of the image.
    ❏ Descreening: You can remove moiré patterns (web-like shadows) that appear when scanning printed
    papers such as a magazine.
    ❏ Edge Fill: You can remove the shadow created around the scanned image.
    ❏ Dual Image Output (Windows Only): You can scan once and save two images with different output
    settings at the same time.
    Note:
    The items may not be available depending on other settings you made.

    5.

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    ❏ Image Format: Select the save format from the list.
    You can make detailed settings for each save format except BITMAP and PNG. Select Options from the list
    after selecting the save format.
    ❏ File Name: Confirm the save file name displayed.
    You can change settings for the file name by selecting Settings from the list.
    ❏ Folder: Select the save folder for the scanned image from the list.
    You can select another folder or create a new folder by selecting Select from the list.
    6.

    Click Scan.

    Related Information
    & “Placing Originals” on page 52
    & “Application for Scanning Documents and Images (Epson Scan 2)” on page 217

    Scanning from Smart Devices
    Epson iPrint is an application that allows you to scan photos and documents from a smart device, such as a
    smartphone or tablet, that is connected to the sam