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    							Installing additional memory > 121
    12.Gently push the board into the RAM expansion slot until it 
    latches in and will not go any further.
    13.Close the RAM expansion slot.
    14.Replace the belt and image drum units.
    15.Close the printer top cover and press down firmly so that 
    the cover latches closed.
    16.Gently lower the scanner on to its supports.
    17.Reconnect the AC power cable and switch the MFP on.
    1.Using the Enter key, access the Menu Function.
    2.From the drop-down menu select the View Information 
    with the Enter key.
    3.From the Configuration menu, scroll down to the 
    System Menu and select using the Enter key.
    4.Using the Down arrow key, scroll down to Total 
    5.Pressing the Enter key will confirm the total memory 
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    							Colour Printing > 122
    The printer drivers supplied with your MFP provide several 
    controls for changing the colour output. For general use the 
    automatic settings will suffice, providing reasonable default 
    settings that will produce good results for most documents.
    Many applications have their own colour settings, and these may 
    override the settings in the printer driver. Please refer to the 
    documentation for your software application for details on how 
    that particular program’s colour management functions.
    If you wish to manually adjust the colour settings in your printer 
    driver, please be aware that colour reproduction is a complex 
    topic, and there are many factors to take into consideration. 
    Some of the most important factors are listed below.
    Differences between the range of colours
    a monitor or printer can reproduce
    >Neither a printer nor a monitor is capable of reproducing 
    the full range of colours visible to the human eye. Each 
    device is restricted to a certain range of colours. In 
    addition to this, a printer cannot reproduce all of the 
    colours displayed on a monitor, and vice versa.
    >Both devices use very different technologies to represent 
    colour. A monitor uses Red, Green and Blue (RGB) 
    phosphors (or LCDs), a printer uses Cyan, Magenta, 
    Yellow and Black (CMYK) toner or ink.
    >A monitor can display very vivid colours such as intense 
    reds and blues and these cannot be easily produced on 
    any printer using toner or ink. Similarly, there are certain 
    colours, (some yellows for example), that can be printed, 
    but cannot be displayed accurately on a monitor. This 
    disparity between monitors and printers is often the main 
    reason that printed colours do not match the colours 
    displayed on screen.
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    							Colour Printing > 123
    Viewing conditions 
    A print can look very different under different lighting conditions. 
    For example, the colours in a print may look different when 
    viewed standing next to a sunlit window, compared to how they 
    look under standard office fluorescent lighting.
    Printer driver colour settings
    The driver settings for Manual colour can change the appearance 
    of a print. There are several options available to help match the 
    printed colours with those displayed on screen.
    Monitor settings
    The brightness and contrast controls on your monitor can change 
    how your document looks on-screen. Additionally, your monitor’s 
    colour temperature influences how “warm” or “cool” the colours 
    There are several settings found on a typical monitor:
    >5000k Warmest; yellowish lighting, typically used in 
    graphic art environments.
    >6500k Cooler; approximates daylight conditions.
    >9300k Cool; the default setting for many monitors and 
    television sets.
    (k = degrees Kelvin, a measurement of temperature.)
    How your software application displays colour 
    Some graphics applications such as Corel Draw or Adobe 
    Photoshop may display colour differently from “Office” 
    applications such as Microsoft Word. Please see your application’s 
    on-line help or user manual for more information.
    Paper type 
    The type of paper used can also significantly affect the printed 
    colour. For example, a printout on recycled paper can look duller 
    than one on specially formulated glossy paper.
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    							Colour Printing > 124
    The following guidelines may help you to achieve good colour 
    output from your printer.
    Use the Monitor (6500k) Perceptual setting. 
    If the colours look too dull, try the Monitor (6500k) Vivid or 
    Digital Camera settings.
    Use the Monitor (9300k) setting. This may help if you are having 
    problems with specific colours from applications such as Microsoft 
    Excel or Microsoft Powerpoint.
    There are 2 utilities on your printer driver CD-ROM that can help 
    match specific colours:
    Colour Correct Utility 
    Colour Swatch Utility 
    If the print is too light/dark, you can use the Brightness control 
    to adjust it. 
    If the colours are too intense/not intense enough, use the 
    Saturation control.
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    							Colour Printing > 125
    The Colour Matching options in the printer driver can be used to 
    help match your printed colours to the ones displayed on your 
    monitor or from some other source, such as a digital camera.
    To open colour matching options 
    from the Windows Control Panel:
    1.Open the Printers window 
    (called “Printers and Faxes” in 
    Windows XP).
    2.Right-click the printer name 
    and choose Properties.
    3.Click the Printing 
    Preferences button (1).
    To open colour matching options 
    from within a Windows application:
    1.Choose File—Print… from the application’s menu bar.
    2.Click the Properties button next to the printer name.
    1.On the Colour tab select Advanced Colour (1) below) 
    for Colour Matching.
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    							Colour Printing > 126
    2.Choose the Manual colour setting (2) and select from the 
    following options:
    (a)Monitor (6500k) Perceptual
    Optimised for printing photographs. Colours are 
    printed with emphasis on saturation.
    (b)Monitor (6500k) Vivid
    Optimised for printing photographs, but with even 
    more saturated colours than the Monitor (6500k) 
    Perceptual setting.
    (c)Monitor (9300k)
    Optimised for printing graphics from applications 
    such as Microsoft Office. Colours are printed with 
    emphasis on Lightness. 
    (d)Digital Camera
    Optimised for printing photographs taken with a 
    digital camera. 
    Your results will vary depending on the subject and 
    the conditions under which the photograph was 
    The printer will try to reproduce the sRGB colour 
    space. This may be useful if colour matching from an 
    sRGB input device such as a scanner or digital 
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    							Colour Printing > 127
    To use the Colour Swatch feature, you must install the Colour 
    Swatch Utility. This is supplied on a CD-ROM that you received 
    with your printer.
    The Colour Swatch function prints charts which contain a range 
    of sample colours. Note that this is not the full range of colours 
    that the printer can produce. Listed on each sample colour are 
    the corresponding RGB (Red, Green, Blue) values. This can be 
    used to pick specific colours in applications that allow you to 
    choose your own RGB values. Simply click the Colour Swatch 
    button (1) and choose from the options available.
    An example of using the Colour Swatch function:
    You wish to print a logo in a particular shade of red. The steps 
    you would follow are:
    1.Print a colour swatch, then select the shade of red that 
    best suits your needs. 
    2.Take a note of the RGB value for the particular shade that 
    you liked.
    3.Using your program’s colour picker, enter these same RGB 
    values, and change the logo to that colour.
    The RGB colour displayed on your monitor may not necessarily 
    match what was printed on the colour swatch. If this is the case, 
    it is probably due to the difference between how your monitor 
    and printer reproduce colour. Here, it is unimportant since your 
    primary objective is to print the required colour.
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    							Colour Printing > 128
    The Oki Colour Correct Utility is provided on your printer driver 
    CD-ROM. You must install it separately since it is not installed 
    along with the printer driver.
    The Colour Correct utility has the following features:
    >Microsoft Office palette colours can be individually 
    adjusted. This is useful if you want to change how a 
    specific colour is printed.
    >Colours can be adjusted by changing Hue, Saturation and 
    Gamma. This is useful if you wish to change the overall 
    colour output. 
    Once these colour adjustments have been made, the new 
    settings can be selected from the printer driver Colour tab.
    To select adjustments made with the Colour Correct 
    1.From your application program, click File and point to 
    2.Click Properties. This displays the printer driver options.
    3.Click the Colour tab.
    4.Click Advanced Colour.
    5.Click User Defined.
    Select the colour adjustment you made with the Colour Correct 
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    							Specifications > 129
    C3520 N34113B
    C3530 N34114B
    Dimensions 445 x 500 x 530mm (W x D x H) approximately
    Weight 28Kg approximately
    Power Source Input: 220 to 240VAC, 50 to 60Hz
    Power consumption Typical operating: 
    							Specifications > 130 Printing
    Colour: 12 pages per minute.
    Mono: 16 pages per minute.
    Colour: 16 copies per minute.
    Mono: 20 copies per minute.
    Resolution 600 x 600dpi/1200 x 600dpi
    600 x 600dpi x 2bit (ProQ2400)
    Auto Features Auto registration
    Auto density adjustment
    Auto consumable counter reset
    Memory 128MB standard, upgradeable to 256MB
    Paper capacity
    at 80g/m²300 sheets in main tray
    100 sheets in multi purpose tray
    Paper weight 64 ~ 120g/m² in main tray
    75 ~ 203g/m² in multi purpose tray
    Paper output 250 sheets in face down (top) stacker @ 
    100 sheets in face up (rear) stacker @ 80g/m²
    Printer life 420,000 pages or 5 years
    Duty cycle 20,000 pages per month max., 4,000 pages per 
    month average
    Toner life Starter: 1,000 pages at 5% coverage
    Hi capacity C,M,Y: 2,000 pages at 5% coverage
    Hi capacity K: 2,500 pages at 5% coverage
    Image drum life 15,000 pages (typical office usage)
    Transfer Belt life 50,000 A4 pages at 3 pages per job
    Fuser life C3520MFP 30,000 A4 pages
    C3530MFP 50,000 A4 pages
    Copy Specification
    Emulation Windows GDI (Hyper-C), PJL
    Number of copies Up to 999
    Resolution Scan: 800 x 300, 600 x 600dpi
    Print: 600 x 600 dp1
    First Copy Out Time 
    (FCOT)Colour: Less than 23 secs.
    Mono: Less than 17 secs.
    Copy SpeedC3520MFP
    Colour: 6 copies per minute.
    Mono: 16 copies per minute.
    Colour: 16 copies per minute.
    Mono: 20 copies per minute.
    Media type Plain paper, Ultra Heavy, Transparency
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