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PDF Content Summary: DellTM 968 All-In-One Printer User's Guide To order ink or supplies from Dell: 1. Double-click the icon on your desktop. 2. Visit Dell's website, or order Dell printer supplies by phone. dell.com/supplies For the best service, make sure you have the Dell printer Service Tag available. Finding Information Faxing About Your Printer Understanding the Software Understanding the Operator Panel Menus Networking Loading Paper and Originals Maintenance Printing Troubleshooting Printing From a Memory Card or USB Key Specifications Copying Appendix Scanning Licensing Notice Notes, Notices, and Cautions Information in this document is subject to change without notice. © 2007 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, and Dell Ink Management System are trademarks of Dell Inc.; Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Windows Server and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Windows Vista is either a trademark or a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Bluetooth is a registered trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and is used by Dell Inc. under license. EMC is a registered trademark of EMC Corporation. Corel Snapfire and WordPerfect are trademarks or registered trademarks of Corel Corporation and/or its subsidiaries in Canada, the United States and/or other countries. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Dell Inc. disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your printer. NOTICE: A NOTICE indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. This software and documentation are provided with RESTRICTED RIGHTS. Use, duplication or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.227-7013 and in applicable FAR provisions: Dell Inc., One Dell Way, Round Rock, Texas, 78682, USA. Model 968 October 2007 SRV FY276 Rev. A00 Finding Information What are you looking for? Find it here

Drivers for my printer My User's Guide Optional XPS driver Drivers and Utilities CD If you purchased your Dell computer and printer at the same time, documentation and drivers for your printer are already installed on your computer. You can use the CD to uninstall/reinstall drivers or access your documentation. Readme files may be included on your CD to provide last-minute updates about technical changes to your printer or advanced technical reference material for experienced users or technicians.

The XML Paper Specification (XPS) driver is an optional additional driver that allows Windows VistaTM users to access the improved graphics and color features of XPS. The driver is located in a zipped file on the CD. For more information, see Installing the Optional XPS Driver. How to set up my printer Setting Up Your Printer poster

Express Service Code and Service Tag number Safety information How to set up and use my printer Warranty information Owner's Manual Express Service Code and Service Tag number For more information, see Express Service Code. Latest drivers for my printer Dell Support Website: support.dell.com Answers to technical service and support questions Documentation for my printer The Dell Support website provides several online tools, including: Solutions—Troubleshooting hints and tips, articles from technicians, and online courses Upgrades—Upgrade information for components, such as memory Customer Care—Contact information, order status, warranty, and repair information Downloads—Drivers Reference—Printer documentation and product specifications How to use Windows Vista Windows Vista Help and Support Center Documentation for my printer 2. Type a word or phrase that best describes your problem, and then click the arrow icon. 1. Click ® Help and Support. 3. Click the topic that describes your problem. 4. Follow the instructions shown on the screen. How to use Microsoft® Windows® XP Windows XP Help and Support Center 1. Click Start® Help and Support. Documentation for my printer 2. Type a word or phrase that best describes your problem, and then click the arrow icon. 3. Click the topic that describes your problem.

4. Follow the instructions shown on the screen. Faxing Creating Fax Activity Report You can use your printer to send and receive faxes without having to connect to a computer. In addition, the DellTM Fax Solutions Software is bundled in the Drivers and Utilities CD and should have been installed when you installed your printer software. You can also use this faxing software to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Using the Dell Fax Solutions Software. Equipment Benefits See this section

printer phone cord (provided) Make copies and send and receive faxes without the use of a computer. Connecting Directly to a Telephone Wall Jack printer telephone (sold separately) two phone cords (one provided) Use the fax line as a normal telephone line. Set up your printer wherever your telephone is. Make copies and send and receive faxes without the use of a computer. Connecting to a Telephone Connecting to a Telephone printer telephone (sold separately) answering machine (sold separately) three phone cords (one provided) Receive both incoming voice messages and faxes. Connecting to an Answering Machine printer telephone (sold separately) computer modem (sold separately) three phone cords Increase the number of phone connection outlets. Connecting to a Computer Modem

Setting Up the Printer With External Devices Sending a Fax Receiving a Fax Changing the Fax Setup Using Speed Dial Blocking Faxes Setting Up the Printer With External Devices Connecting Directly to a Telephone Wall Jack —left connector). 2. Connect the other end of the phone cord to an active telephone wall jack. Connecting to a Telephone 1. Connect one end of the phone cord to the FAX connector ( —left 1. Connect a phone cord from the FAX connector ( connector) on the printer to an active telephone wall jack. 2. Remove the blue protective plug from the PHONE jack connector ( —right connector). 3. Connect a phone cord from the telephone to the PHONE jack connector ( (one provided) USB cable (sold separately) NOTE: If phone communication is serial in your country (such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Italy, France, and Switzerland), remove the blue plug from the PHONE jack —right connector). —right connector), and insert the supplied yellow terminator for your fax to work correctly. You will not be able to use this port for additional devices in these countries. What if I have a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)? DSL delivers digital data to a computer through a telephone line. Your printer is designed to work with analog data. If you are faxing over a telephone line connected to a DSL modem, install a DSL filter to avoid interference with the analog fax modem signal. NOTE: Do not install any splitters between the DSL filter and the printer. Contact your DSL service provider if you need more help. Connecting to an Answering Machine 1. Connect the DSL filter to an active telephone line. 2. Connect the printer directly to the output on the DSL filter. —left 1. Connect a phone cord from the FAX connector ( connector) on the printer to an active telephone wall jack. 2. Remove the blue protective plug from the PHONE jack connector ( —right connector). NOTE: Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) and cable modems are not fax modems and are not supported for faxing. connector ( —right connector), and insert the supplied yellow terminator for your fax to work correctly. You will not be able to use this port for additional devices in these countries. Connecting to a Computer Modem —right connector), and insert the supplied yellow terminator for your fax to work correctly. You will not be able to use this port for additional devices in these countries. Sending a Fax Sending a Quick Fax Using the Operator Panel 1. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see 3. Connect a phone cord from the answering machine to a telephone. 4. Connect a phone cord from the answering machine to the PHONE jack connector ( —left 1. Connect a phone cord from the FAX connector ( connector) on the printer to an active telephone wall jack. 2. Remove the blue protective plug from the PHONE jack connector ( —right connector). 3. Connect a phone cord from the computer modem to the PHONE jack connector ( —right connector). 4. Connect a phone cord from the computer modem to a telephone. —right connector). NOTE: If phone communication is serial in your country (such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Italy, France, and Switzerland), you must remove the blue plug from the PHONE jack connector ( NOTE: If phone communication is serial in your country (such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Italy, France, and Switzerland), you must remove the blue plug from the PHONE jack connector ( Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 2. Load the original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents.

3. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax.

4. Use the keypad to enter a fax number or a speed dial number.

5. Press the Start button . Using Your Computer

1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. Load the original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents. 4. In Windows VistaTM:

a. Click ® Programs.

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Microsoft® Windows® XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 5. Select Dell Fax Solutions. The Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box opens. 6. Click Send a new fax. 7. Follow the instructions on your computer screen to send a fax. Entering a Fax Number Using the Operator Panel

1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax. 2. Enter a fax number. Task Method

Sending to a fax number Use the keypad to enter a number. You can enter a maximum of 64 digits in a fax number. Sending a fax to an entry in the Phone Book Enter the number that corresponds to the speed dial number of the contact. Use the Phone Book menu. a. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, Using Your Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. Load the original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents. 4. In Windows Vista: a. Click to scroll to the name or number you want to send the fax to. Sending a fax to an extension number Press the asterisk (*) and pound (#) signs, and then use the keypad to enter the extension number. Sending a fax to an outside line Set a dial prefix: a. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . Dialing a fax extension while listening to a telephone line (On Hook) Dial an additional 0 for a two-digit extension or an additional 0 0 for a one-digit extension. For example, to dial extension 12, enter 120. If the extension is 2, enter 200. ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. . b. Press the down Arrow button . d. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Create. e. Press the Select button . NOTE: If you are changing the dial prefix, scroll to Modify. f. Use the keypad to enter the dial prefix. You can enter a maximum of eight digits for the prefix. g. Press the Select button . c. Press the down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button to scroll to Dialing and Sending, and then press the Select button to scroll to Dial Prefix, and then press the left or right Arrow button . b. From Phone Book, press the Select button . d. Press the up or down Arrow button . c. Press the up or down Arrow button and then press the Select button to scroll to Name Search, Phone Number Search, or Group Search, and then press the Select button c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 5. Select Dell Fax Solutions. The Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box opens. 6. Click Send a new fax. The Send fax dialog box opens. 7. Enter the contact information for the recipient into the Name, Company, and Fax Number fields, or click Select a recipient from phonebook to add existing contacts to the recipient list. 8. If you want to add the new contact to the phonebook, click Add this recipient to phonebook. 9. If you want to send the fax to more than one recipient, click Add another recipient. a. Enter the contact information for the next recipient into the Name, Company, and Fax Number fields, or click Select a recipient from phonebook to add existing contacts to the recipient list. b. If you want to add the new contact to the phonebook, click Add this recipient to phonebook. c. If you manually enter the contact information, click Add to add the contact to the Recipients list. d. To make changes to the Recipients information, select the recipient, and then click Edit. e. To remove the contact from the Recipients list, select the recipient, and then click Remove. f. Repeat step a through step e until your Recipients list is complete. 10. Click Next. 11. Follow the instructions on your computer screen to send a fax. Sending Advanced Faxes Using the Operator Panel If you are using your printer as a standalone fax machine, you can use the various Fax submenus to customize your outgoing faxes. From the Fax Menu, you can: Send a delayed fax Send faxes using your Speed Dial list Manage your phonebook to send faxes to individuals or groups Personalize your fax cover page Create and print a fax history Create and print a fax report For more information, see Fax Mode. Using Your Computer Use the Dell Fax Solutions Software to take advantage of advanced fax features. In addition to basic faxing, the Dell Fax Solutions Software also allows you to: Send a delayed fax Send electronic files and paper documents in a single fax operation Send faxes using your Speed Dial list Manage your phonebook to easily send faxes to individuals or groups Personalize and store various cover pages Create and print a fax history Create and print a fax report For more information, see Using the Dell Fax Solutions Software. 1. In Windows Vista:

a. Click ® Programs.

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP and Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Click Dell Fax Solutions. The Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box opens. 3. Click the appropriate links on the Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box to accomplish your task. 4. Follow the instructions on the computer screen. Sending a Fax Through an Automated Answering System Some companies have automated answering systems that require you to respond to a series of questions to route you to the department you wish to call. After answering the questions by pressing the appropriate buttons, you eventually get connected to the proper department. To send a fax to a company that employs an automated answering system, set up your printer for On Hook dialing. 1. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 2. Load the original document facing down on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents. 3. From the operator panel, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, and then press on your printer. Receiving a Fax Receiving a Fax Automatically 1. Make sure your printer is on and connected to an active telephone line. 2. Make sure Auto Answer is turned on or is currently within the scheduled on period. a. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . 4. Press the up or down Arrow button . 5. Modify your cover page information if necessary, and then press the Back button . 6. Using the keypad, dial the telephone number of the company. 7. Using the keypad, navigate through the automated answering system. 8. When you hear the fax tone, press the Start button . 3. Set the number of rings the printer should allow before answering the incoming fax. a. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button the Select button to scroll to On Hook Dial, and then press the Select button to begin sending your fax. To cancel the fax job, press the Cancel button . b. Press the up or down Arrow button . d. If you selected Scheduled, the Auto Answer Schedule screen appears. Use the keypad to specify the time you want Auto Answer to be turned on and turned off. e. Press the Back button . b. Press the down Arrow button . d. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Pick-up On. e. Press the left or right Arrow button to scroll to Auto Answer. c. Press the left or right Arrow button . c. Press the up or down Arrow button to select the number of rings you want to allow before the printer receives the fax. f. Press the Back button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to On or Scheduled, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Ringing and Answering, and then press the Select button . to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button When the number of set rings is detected, the printer automatically receives the fax. Receiving a Fax Manually You can turn the Auto Answer feature off if you wish to control the faxes that you receive. This is useful if you do not want to receive unsolicited faxes, if you rarely receive faxes, or if it is expensive to use faxes in your area. 1. Make sure your printer is on and properly set up to receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 2. Turn Auto Answer off. a. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . 3. When the telephone rings, pick up the telephone attached to the printer and listen for the fax calling tone. 4. If you hear the fax calling tone, type DELL# (3355#) on the operator panel keypad or on the telephone keypad. Changing the Pickup Code 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . Printing a Long Fax . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button . 4. Press the up or down Arrow button . 5. Use the keypad to specify a new one- to seven-digit keycode. NOTE: Valid characters for the pickup code are 0–9, pound (#), and star (*). Any other characters entered are ignored. 6. Press the Select button NOTE: DELL# is the default answer code. However, you can change this to any code. For more information, see Changing the Pickup Code. to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Ringing and Answering, and then press the Select button to scroll to Manual Pickup Keycode, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button . b. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Auto Answer. c. Press the left or right Arrow button to scroll to Off. d. Press the Back button to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax Printing, and then press the Select button . 4. From If Too Big, press the left or right Arrow button to choose an option. 5. Press the Back button . Using Your Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Fax Printing/Reports tab. 7. From the If fax is too big field, choose an option. 8. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box opens. 9. Click OK to overwrite the fax settings on your printer. 10. Click Close. Printing a Fax on Both Sides of the Page Using the Operator Panel to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button . Using the Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Fax Printing/Reports tab. 7. From the 2-sided print field, choose Print duplex. 8. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box opens. 9. Click OK to overwrite the fax settings on your printer. 10. Click Close. Changing the Fax Setup Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button . 4. From the 2-Sided Print menu item, press the left or right Arrow button to scroll to 2 Sided Print. 5. Press the Back button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Printing, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button If you are using your printer as a standalone fax machine, you can change the fax settings from the Fax Setup menu. Changes made on the Fax Setup menu are permanent and are applicable to all fax jobs. For more information, see Fax Setup Menu. Using the Computer You can access the Fax Setup Utility if you want to configure the printer's fax settings from your computer. 1. For Windows Vista:

a. Click ® Programs.

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. For Windows XP and Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Utility Wizard Query dialog box opens. 3. If you want to use the Fax Setup Utility Wizard to set up your printer for faxing, click Yes. The Fax Setup Utility Wizard Welcome dialog box opens. If you want to manually adjust your fax settings, click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. On this tab: You can: Dialing and Sending Specify a dial method. Enter a dial prefix. Set the dial volume. Enter your fax number and your name. Specify the number of times you want the machine to redial and the time between those attempts if the fax cannot be sent on the first try. Choose whether to scan the entire document before or after dialing the number. Specify a maximum send speed and a print quality for outgoing faxes. Convert the fax automatically to be compatible with the receiving fax machine regardless of the send settings. Ringing and Answering Specify the number of rings before the machine receives the incoming fax. NOTE: The number of rings set on the answering machine must always be less than the number of rings set on the printer. Specify a distinctive ring if your phone line has distinctive ring service activated. Set the ring volume. Choose whether to use error correction. Choose a Caller ID pattern (1 if telephones in your country have a detection pattern using FSK or 2 if telephones in your country have a detection pattern using DTMF). The Caller ID detection pattern is determined by the country or region you selected during initial setup. If phones in your country use two detection patterns, call your telecommunications company to know which pattern it subscribes to. Specify a manual answer code. The default code is DELL# (3355#). Choose whether you want to answer incoming faxes automatically or at a scheduled time. Specify the time when incoming faxes are answered automatically. Select whether you want to forward a fax, or print it and then forward it. Specify a fax number to which faxes are forwarded. Manage blocked faxes. Fax Printing/Reports Choose to automatically resize oversize faxes so they print on one page, or keep the oversized fax to scale and print on two pages. Choose whether you want to print a footer (date, time, and page number) on each page. If an optional second paper tray is installed, choose from which tray the printer picks paper. Choose Auto if you want the printer to pick the paper that matches the size of the incoming fax. If an optional duplex is installed, choose if you want to print on both sides of the page. Specify when to print a fax activity report. Specify when you want to print a fax confirmation. Speed Dial Add to, create, or edit the speed dial or group dial speed dial lists. Cover Page Specify if you want to send a cover page for outgoing faxes. Edit or update the information that will appear on your cover page. Choose a priority for your outgoing fax. Include a short message. Using Speed Dial To make sending faxes easier, you can assign a speed dial number to 89 individual contacts and 10 groups that can hold up to 30 phone numbers each using the printer operator panel. To create a Speed Dial or Group Dial list using your computer, see Changing the Fax Setup. Creating a Speed or Group Dial List Using the Operator Panel Adding an Entry to the Speed Dial List 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . Adding an Entry to the Group Dial List 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . Using the Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click . 2. Press the up or down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button . 4. Use the keypad to enter a Name and Fax Number. NOTE: The lowest possible speed dial number is automatically assigned to this contact. You cannot change the speed dial number. 5. Press the Back button . 2. Press the up or down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button . 4. Use the keypad to assign a name and fax numbers to the group. Press the down Arrow button NOTE: The lowest possible group dial number is automatically assigned to this contact. You cannot change the speed dial number. 5. Press the Back button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Phone Book, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to Phone Book, and then press the Select button to scroll to Add Group, and then press the Select button to enter another number. You can also use the Name Search, Phone Number Search, or Redial History option to select phone numbers. Each number you select or enter is added to the group dial list. ® Programs. to scroll to Add Entry, and then press the Select button b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Speed Dial tab. 7. To add a new entry to your Speed Dial list, click on an available number from 1 to 89, and enter the fax number and name of your new contact. To add a new group entry to your Group Dial list, click on an available number from 90 to 99. A smaller group list appears below the main Speed Dial list. Enter the fax numbers and names of your new group entry. 8. To add contacts from your phonebook, click Select from phonebook. The Select from phonebook dialog box opens. a. Select a contact from your phonebook. b. If you want to add the contact to your list, click on an available number on the Speed or Group Dial Settings section. If you want to overwrite an existing entry on your list, click the entry you want to change. c. Click Add to or change list. d. After adding phonebook entries to your Speed or Group Dial list, click OK to return to the Speed Dial tab. 9. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box appears. 10. Click OK to overwrite the settings on your printer. 11. Click Close. Using a Speed or Group Dial List 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . 2. Use the keypad to enter the two-digit speed dial number. 3. Press the Start button NOTE: When you are entering numbers, if you only enter two numbers and an entry corresponds to this number, the printer assumes you are entering a speed dial entry. If the number you entered to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button . Blocking Faxes Creating a Blocked Fax List Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . Using Your Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the down Arrow button . 4. Press the down Arrow button to scroll to Blocked Fax Add Entry, and then press the Select button . 5. Use the keypad to specify a name. 6. Use the keypad to enter a fax number, and then press the Select button does not correspond to any entry in the Phone Book, the printer assumes you are entering an extension number. NOTE: The lowest possible blocked fax number is automatically assigned to this contact. You cannot change the blocked fax number. ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Ringing and Answering tab. to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Blocking, and then press the Select button 7. Click Manage Blocked Faxes. The Manage Blocked Faxes dialog box opens. 8. Enter the fax numbers that you want to block on the list. 9. Click OK to return to the Ringing and Answering tab. 10. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box opens. 11. Click OK to overwrite the fax settings on your printer. 12. Click Close. Turning on Fax Blocking Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the down Arrow button . 4. From Block List, press the left or right Arrow button to choose On. 5. Press the Back button . If the printer detects a fax from one of the numbers on the Blocked Fax List, the transmission is disconnected. Using Your Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Blocking, and then press the Select button The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Ringing and Answering tab. 7. Click Manage Blocked Faxes. The Manage Blocked Faxes dialog box opens. 8. Select Enable fax blocking. 9. Click OK to return to the Ringing and Answering tab. 10. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box opens. 11. Click OK to overwrite the fax settings on your printer. 12. Click Close. Blocking Faxes Without Caller ID Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Fax, and press the Select button. 2. Press the down Arrow button button. 3. Press the down Arrow button button. 4. From Block No-ID, press the left or right Arrow button to choose On. 5. Press the Select button. If the printer detects a fax from a machine without Caller ID, the transmission is disconnected. Using Your Computer 1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected. 2. Make sure your printer is properly set up to send and receive faxes. For more information, see Setting Up the Printer With External Devices. 3. In Windows Vista: a. Click ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP or Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 4. Select Dell Fax Setup Utility. to scroll to Fax Setup, and press the Select to scroll to Fax Blocking, and press the Select The Dell Fax Setup Wizard Query dialog box opens. 5. Click No. The Dell Fax Setup Utility dialog box opens. 6. Click the Ringing and Answering tab. 7. Click Manage Blocked Faxes. The Manage Blocked Faxes dialog box opens. 8. Select Always block faxes from senders missing a valid Caller ID. 9. Click OK to return to the Ringing and Answering tab. 10. Click OK. A confirmation dialog box opens. 11. Click OK to overwrite the fax settings on your printer. 12. Click Close. Creating Fax Activity Report Using the Operator Panel 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . 4. From the History and Reports menu, you can view or print your fax activity. Using the Computer 1. In Windows Vista: a. Click . 2. Press the down Arrow button . 3. Press the up or down Arrow button ® Programs. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP and Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Click Dell Fax Solutions. to scroll to Fax, and then press the Select button to scroll to History and Reports, and then press the Select button to scroll to Fax Setup, and then press the Select button The Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box opens. 3. Click Print Activity Report. 4. From the Display drop-down menu, select which faxes you would like to print a report. 5. Select a date range for your report. 6. Click the Print icon in the upper-left corner of the dialog box to print the fax report. About Your Printer Understanding the Operator Panel You can use your printer to do a variety of things. A few important things to note: If the printer is connected to a computer, you can use either the printer operator panel or the printer software to produce quality documents. You do need to connect your printer to a computer to print, scan, or use the Save Photos to Computer function or the Print Files mode. You do not need to connect your printer to a computer to make photocopies, send faxes, or print from memory cards or a PictBridge-enabled camera. Understanding the Printer Parts NOTE: If you use a DSL modem for your computer, you must install a DSL filter on the telephone line attached to your computer. Number: Part: Description:

1 Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Part that feeds original documents into the printer.

2 Scanner base unit Unit you lift to gain access to the ink cartridges. 3 Operator panel Panel you use to control copying, scanning, faxing, and printing. For more information, see Understanding the Operator Panel. 4 Paper tray Tray that holds blank paper. 5 Optional Tray that you can purchase separately to increase the amount of blank paper Understanding the Printer Parts NOTE: The printer (whether it is connected to a computer or not) must be connected to a telephone line before you can send a fax. paper tray that your printer can hold. 6 Paper exit tray Tray that holds the paper as it exits the printer. NOTE: Pull the paper exit tray stop straight out to extend it. 7 PictBridge connector The connector you use to connect your PictBridge-enabled digital camera or a USB key to your printer. 8 Memory card slots Slots into which you insert a memory card containing digital pictures. NOTE: The LCD only displays JPG and a limited set of TIFF files found on the memory card. To view other image types stored on the memory card, open the Memory Card Manager. For more information, see Using Memory Card Manager.

9 Top cover with integrated ADF exit tray Top of printer that holds your document or photo flat while you scan it. You can also pick up your original document here after it has gone through the ADF.

10 ADF input tray Tray that holds original documents. Use it to scan, copy, or fax multiple-page documents. 11 Express Service Code Identify your printer when you use support.dell.com or contact technical support. Enter the Express Service Code to direct your call when contacting technical support. NOTE: The Express Service Code is not available in all countries. 12 Supplies Reorder Label To order ink cartridges or paper, visit dell.com/supplies. 13 FAX connector ( — left connector), and do not connect a DSL (digital subscriber line) or ISDN (integrated services digital network) to the printer without using a digital line filter. 14 PHONE jack connector ( — right connector), and then insert the supplied yellow terminator for faxing to work correctly. You will not be able to use this port for additional devices in these countries. 15 Back cover Cover that you have to remove to install the DellTM Internal Network Adapter 1150. 16 USB connector Slot into which you plug the USB cable (sold separately). The other end of the USB cable plugs into your computer. 17 Optional duplex unit Part that you can purchase separately to print on both sides of the paper. 18 Optional Dell Internal Network Adapter 1150 A networking device that you can purchase separately to set up your printer on a wireless or Ethernet network. 19 Power cord connector Connects the printer power supply to the power outlet using the supplied country- specific power cord. 20 Power supply Supplies power to the printer. NOTE: The power supply is removable. When the power supply is removed from the printer, but remains plugged into a power outlet, an LED is illuminated to notify you that power is present. NOTE: If the power is off when you unplug your printer, the power will be off when you plug it back in. 21 Rear access Part that you have to open to clear paper jams. — left connector) — right connector) Slot into which you plug an active telephone line to send and receive faxes. NOTE: Do not connect additional devices to the FAX connector ( Slot into which you plug additional devices, such as a data/fax modem, telephone, or answering machine. Remove the blue plug before use. NOTE: If the phone communication is serial in your country (such as Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Italy, France, and Switzerland), you must remove the blue plug from the PHONE jack connector ( Understanding the Operator Panel door (beneath the optional duplex unit) Number Use the: To: 1 LCD display Display scanning, copying, faxing, and printing options as well as status and error messages.

2 Menu button Enter a menu or a submenu. 3 Arrow buttons Navigate menus and menu items. Decrease/increase the number of copies. Change the selected modes. Navigate photos on a memory card or digital camera. Increase or decrease the values when setting the date and time. 4 Select button Select a menu item.

Select an image to be printed (in Photo mode). Initiate a paper feed by holding the button for three seconds. 5 Keypad Enter numerical data or text.

6 Start button Initiate a copy, scan, or fax. 7 Cancel button Cancel a scan, print, or copy job in progress. Cancel a copy job (using only the printer), and eject the page. Exit a menu, and return to the default settings. 8 Back button Return to the previous menu or screen.

Save the changes made on a sub-menu temporarily. 9 Power button to When the printer is off, press the Power button turn your printer on. When the printer is on, press the Power button to put your printer in a Power Save state. Your printer consumes minimal power in this state. When the printer is on or in the Power Save state, press and hold the Power button for 2 seconds to turn your printer off. NOTE: Do not unplug your printer from the electrical outlet when not in use. When the printer is off, it requires up to 1 watt of power to perform regular maintenance on cartridges. Understanding the Software Installing the Optional XPS Driver The printer software includes: Dell All-In-One Center– Allows you to perform various scan, copy, fax, and print operations with newly scanned and previously saved documents and images. Dell Fax Solutions Software– Allows you to fax electronic or scanned documents. Printing Preferences– Allows you to adjust printer settings. Memory Card Manager– Allows you to display, manage, edit, print, and scan photos from your memory card or USB memory key to your computer. Dell Ink Management SystemTM– Warns you when your printer is running low on ink. Corel® SnapfireTM Plus– Allows you to view, manage, and edit photos stored on your computer. Using the Dell All-In-One Center The Dell All-In-One Center allows you to: Scan, copy, fax, and use productivity tools. Using the Dell All-In-One Center Using the Dell Fax Solutions Software Using Printing Preferences Using Memory Card Manager Dell Ink Management System Removing and Reinstalling Software Select where you want to send the scanned image. Select the quantity and color of your copies. Access troubleshooting and maintenance information. Preview images you want to print or copy. Manage photos (copy them to folders, print them, perform creative copying). To access the Dell All-In-One Center: 1. In Windows VistaTM:

a. Click ® Programs.

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows® XP and Windows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Select Dell All-In-One Center. The Dell All-In-One Center includes four main sections: NOTE: If your printer is connected to a network using a wireless or Ethernet connection, you must start all scan and copy tasks from the printer operator panel instead of the Dell All-In-One Center. In this section: You can: Preview Now Select a portion of the preview image to scan or copy. View an image of what will be printed or copied. Scan and Fax Select the program where you want to send the scanned image. Select the type of image being scanned. Select a quality setting for your scan. Select Scan Now to scan your document or photo. Select Fax Now to scan, and then fax a copy of your document or photo. NOTE: Click See More Scan Settings to view all settings. Copy Select the number of copies. Select the quality and color of your copies. Select a quality setting for your copies. Specify the blank paper size. Specify the size of the original document being copied. Lighten or darken your copies (this can also be accomplished using the operator panel). For more information, click Help in the Dell All-In-One Center. Using the Dell Fax Solutions Software Resize your copies. Select Copy Now to create copies. NOTE: Click See More Copy Settings to view all settings. Productivity Tools Fax an image or document. Access the Dell Fax Setup Utility. E-mail an image or document. Repeat an image several times on one page. Resize an image. Print an image as a multi-page poster. Print more than one page on a sheet of paper. Save an image on your computer. Save multiple photos. Scan and save to PDF. Edit text found in a scanned document (Optical Character Recognition). Modify an image with a photo editor. The Dell Fax Solutions Software allows you to: Send a fax. Click Send a new fax, and then follow the instructions on the computer screen. Adjust other fax settings. Click Adjust speed dial list and other fax settings to customize various fax settings. View and manage your phonebook. Click View phonebook to open the Phone book. You can add, edit, or delete contact and group information. You can also add a contact or group to your speed dial list. View and customize cover page. Click View cover pages to open the Cover Pages dialog. You can customize, add logos to, or choose from a variety of different ready-made cover pages for your fax. View fax history. Click View full activity log to see or print a detailed list of all fax activity. Create a fax report. Click Print activity report to see a detailed report of all fax activity. Click the Print icon to print your activity report. To access the Dell Fax Solutions Software: 1. In Windows Vista:

a. Click ® Programs.

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP and 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Click Dell Fax Solutions. The Dell Fax Solutions Software dialog box opens. Using Printing Preferences You can change your printer settings in Printing Preferences depending on the type of project you want to create. To access Printing Preferences when a document is open: NOTE: If your printer is connected to a network using a wireless or Ethernet connection, you must start a scanned fax from the printer operator panel instead of the Dell Fax Solutions Software. 1. Click File® Print. The Print dialog box opens. 2. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system). The Printing Preferences dialog box opens. To access Printing Preferences when a document is not open: 1. In Windows Vista:

a. Click ® Control Panel.

b. Click Hardware and Sound. c. Click Printers. In Windows XP, click Start® Settings® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes. In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers. 2. Right-click the Dell 968 AIO Printer icon. 3. Click Printing Preferences. The Printing Preferences dialog box has three sections: NOTE: Changes made to the printer settings from the Printers folder become the default settings for most programs. Tab Options Print Setup Quality/Speed — Select Automatic, Draft, Normal, or Photo depending on your desired output quality. Draft is the fastest option but should not be selected if you have a photo cartridge installed. If you select Photo, you can choose between 4800 dpi and 1200 dpi for glossy photo printing. Media Type — Allows you to set the paper type manually, or have the printer detect the paper type automatically. Paper Size — Select the size of your paper. Paper Source — Select Automatic, Tray 1/Bypass, or Tray 2. NOTE: Paper Source is only available if an optional 2nd paper tray is attached to the printer. Print in black and white — Print your color images in black and white to save the ink in your color cartridge. NOTE: You cannot select this setting if you have selected Use Color Cartridge for all Black Printing. Borderless — Select the check box if you want to print borderless photos. Orientation — Select how the document is arranged on the printed page. You can print using portrait or landscape orientation. Envelope — Select the check box if you want to print an envelope. The Paper Size area lists the envelope sizes available for printing. Using Memory Card Manager Copies — Customize how the printer prints several copies of a single print job: Collated, Normal, or Print Last Page First. Advanced 2-sided printing — Select this to print on both sides of the paper. Select from Automatic, Manual, or Print Duplex. Extend dry time — Select this option if you notice ink is smeared on the bottom of the pages of your duplex print jobs. This allows the ink on the paper to dry before the duplex unit feeds it back into the printer, and prints on the other side. NOTE: You will need to wait a few seconds longer for your duplex jobs to finish if your turn this feature on. Layout — Select Normal, Banner, Mirror, N-up, Poster, Booklet, or Borderless. Automatic Image Sharpening — Automatically select the best image-sharpening level based on image content. Dell Customer Experience Improvement Program — Allows you to access information about, and change your status in, the Dell Customer Experience Improvement Program. More Options — Allows you to specify Appearance Mode and Complete-A-Print settings. You can also view the paper type that the printer detects. Maintenance Install Ink Cartridges Clean Ink Cartridges Align Ink Cartridges Print a Test Page Network Support Memory Card Manager allows you to display, manage, edit, print, and save photos from your memory card or USB memory key to your computer. To launch Memory Card Manager: 1. Insert a memory card into the memory card slot or a USB key into the PictBridge port on the front

® Programs. a. Click

b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP and 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 3. Select Activate Memory Card Manager. Dell Ink Management System Each time you print a job, a printing progress screen appears, which shows the progress of the print job as well as the amount of ink remaining and the approximate number of pages remaining in the cartridge. The page counter is hidden during the first 50 pages of cartridge use, until printing habits are learned and a more accurate count can be given. The number of pages remaining changes as a result of the type of print jobs the printer completes. When your ink cartridge levels are low, a Low Ink Warning appears on your screen when you try to print. This warning is displayed every time you print until you install a new ink cartridge. For more information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges. When one or both of your ink cartridges are empty, the Reserve Tank window appears on your screen when you try to print. If you continue printing, the print job may not print as you expect. If your black ink cartridge is out of ink, you can choose to print black from the color ink cartridge (Process Black) by selecting Complete-A-Print before clicking the Continue Printing button. If you select Complete-A-Print and click Continue Printing, Process Black is used for all black printing until the black cartridge is replaced, or the option is cleared from More Options, located on the Advanced tab of the Printing Preferences. The Reserve Tank dialog does not display again until after the low ink cartridge has been replaced. The Complete-A-Print check box is automatically reset when a new or different cartridge is installed. If your color ink cartridge is out of ink, you can choose to print color documents in grayscale by of the printer. NOTICE: Do not remove the memory card or USB key, or touch the printer near the area of the memory card or USB key while actively reading, writing, or printing from these devices. Data corruption can occur. 2. In Windows Vista: selecting Complete-A-Print before clicking the Continue Printing button. If you select Complete-A- Print, and click Continue Printing, all color documents will print in black and white until the color cartridge is replaced or the option is cleared from More Options, located on the Advanced tab of the Printing Preferences. The Reserve Tank dialog does not display again until after the low ink cartridge has been replaced. The Complete-A-Print check box is automatically reset when a new or different cartridge is installed. Removing and Reinstalling Software If your printer does not function properly, or communication error messages appear when using your printer, you can remove and reinstall the printer software. 1. In Windows Vista:

a. Click ® Programs. ® Computer. a. In Windows Vista, click

In Windows XP, click Start® My Computer. In Windows 2000, double-click My Computer from your desktop. b. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon, and then double-click setup.exe. c. When the printer software installation screen appears, click Using a USB cable, Using a wireless network, or Using an Ethernet cable. d. Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the installation. Installing the Optional XPS Driver The XML Paper Specification (XPS) driver is an optional printer driver designed to make use of the advanced XPS color and graphics features that are only available for Windows Vista users. In order to use XPS features, you must install the XPS driver as an additional driver after you install your printer. b. Click Dell Printers. c. Click Dell 968 AIO Printer. In Windows XP and WIndows 2000: Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell 968 AIO Printer. 2. Click Uninstall Dell 968 AIO Printer. 3. Follow the instructions on the screen. 4. Restart your computer. 5. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD, and then follow the instructions on the screen. If the installation screen does not appear: NOTE: Before installing the XPS driver, complete the steps on the Setting Up Your Printer poster to install the printer on your computer. NOTE: Before installing the XPS driver, you must install the Microsoft QFE Patch and extract the To install the Microsoft QFE Patch and extract the driver: 1. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD, and then click Cancel when the Setup Wizard appears.

2. Click ® Computer.

3. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon, and then double-click Drivers. 4. Double-click xps, and then double-click setupxps. XPS driver files are copied to your computer, and any required Microsoft XPS files are launched. Follow the instructions on the screen to finish installing the patch. To install the driver:

1. Click ® Control Panel.

2. Under Hardware and Sound, click Printer, and then click Add a Printer. 3. From the Add Printer dialog box, choose one of the following: If you are using a USB connection, make sure the USB cable is connected to the computer and printer, and then do the following: a. Click Add a local printer. b. From the Use an existing port: drop-down menu, select Virtual printer port for USB, and then click Next. If you are using an Ethernet or wireless connection, make sure the printer is connected to the network, and then do the following: a. Click Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer. b. Select your printer from the list. c. If your printer is not in the list, click The printer that I want isn't listed. d. Select Add a printer using a TCP/IP address or hostname, and then click Next. e. To locate your printer IP address, print a Network Setup Page from the Network Setup menu under the Setup menu on the printer. f. Type your printer IP address in the Hostname or IP address: box, and then click Next. 4. Click Have disk. The Install From Disk dialog box opens. 5. Click Browse, and then navigate to the XPS driver files on your computer: a. Click Computer, and then double-click (C:). b. Double-click Drivers, and then double-click PRINTER. c. Double-click the folder that has your printer model number, and then double-click Drivers. driver files from the Drivers and Utilities CD. To install the patch, you must have administrator privileges on the computer. d. Double-click xps, and then click Open. e. From the Install From Disk dialog box, click OK. 6. Click Next on the following two dialog boxes. For more information on the XPS driver, see the XPS readme file on the Drivers and Utilities CD. The file is located in the xps folder with the setupxps batch file (D:\Drivers\xps\readme). Understanding the Operator Panel Menus Scan Mode Copy Mode To view or change the Copy Mode menu:

1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Copy.

Main Menu Mode Main Menu Mode Submenu Copy Color Copies Reduce/Enlarge Quality Lighter/Darker Paper Handling Collate 2-Sided Copies N-up Layout Original Size Content Type Change Default Settings Paper Handling NOTE: The 2-Sided Copies menu only appears if the optional duplex unit is attached to the printer. Copy menu item Settings Color Specify the color of your copies. Color* Black & White Copies Specify the number of copies.

2. Press the Select button Copy Mode Photo Mode Print Files Mode Fax Mode . Setup Mode Maintenance Mode PictBridge Mode Bluetooth Mode

1–99 Reduce/Enlarge Specify the size of the copies compared to the original document. 50% 100%* 200% Custom% Fit to Page 2 x 2 Poster 3 x 3 Poster 4 x 4 Poster Borderless Quality Specify the copy quality. Auto* Draft Normal Photo Lighter/Darker Press the left or right Arrow button to adjust the brightness. Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. Collate Specify whether or not the printer should collate the copies. Off* On 2-Sided Copies Select your preferred option for printing on both sides of the paper. 1-->1 (1-Sided Original, 1-Sided Copy)* 1-->2 (1-Sided Original, 2-Sided Copy) 2-->1 (2-Sided Original, 1-Sided Copy) 2-->2 (2-Sided Original, 2-Sided Copy) N-up Specify how many different images or pages of a document to print on a single page. 1-up* 2-up

4-up Layout Specify how many times to repeat an image on a single page. 1 Per Page* 4 Per Page 9 Per Page 16 Per Page Original Size Specify the size of your original document. Auto Detect* 8.5x11” 2.25x3.25” 3x5” 3.5x5” 4x6” 4x8” 5x7” 8x10” L2LHagaki A6A5B5A460x80 mm 9x13 cm 10x15 cm 10x20 cm 13x18 cm 20x25 cm Content Type Specify the type of document you are copying. Auto* Text & Graphics Photo Text Only Line Drawing For more information, see Smart Copy. Change Default Settings Press the Select button * Factory default setting Smart Copy Your printer is equipped with Smart Copy, a technology that enables the printer to automatically adjust the Content Type settings to improve the quality of your copies. When the Content Type is set to Auto (the default setting), the printer pre-scans each document before copying, and then optimizes the settings to provide richer colors, more neutral grays, sharper text, and more detailed pictures. Photo Mode Most digital cameras use a memory card to store photos. Your printer supports the following digital media:CompactFlash Type I and II to enter the Copy Default Settings menu. For more information, see Copy Default Settings Menu. Main Menu Mode Main Menu Mode Submenu Mode Submenu Photo Browse and Print Photos Edit Photo View Full Screen Change Print Settings Paper Handling Print Preview Select Computer Photo Proof Sheet Print Sheet with All X Photos Print most recent 25 photos Print Sheet Using Date Range Scan Proof Sheet Print All Photos View Slide Show Save Photos to Computer Change Default Settings Paper Handling NOTE: The Select Computer menu only appears if the printer is connected to a network. NOTE: The Print most recent 25 photos option only appears if more than 25 photos are on your memory card or USB key. Memory Stick Memory Stick PRO Memory Stick Duo (with adapter) Microdrive Secure Digital Secure Digital High Capacity Mini SD (with adapter) MultiMedia Card xD-Picture Card To view or change the Photo mode settings: 1. Insert a memory card. The printer automatically switches to Photo mode after the card is read. 2. Press the Select button NOTICE: Do not remove the memory card or touch the printer in the area of the memory card while the light is blinking. Photo Card Mode menu Menu item Settings Browse and Print Photos Press the Select button to print photos directly from the preview screen. Select Computer Press the Select button to view a list of computers available on your network. NOTE: This menu is only available if the network adapter is attached and configured. Photo Proof Sheet to enter the Photo Proof Sheet submenu. For more information, see Photo Proof Sheet Menu. Print All Photos Press the Select button Press the Select button to enter the Print All Photos screen where you can specify the number of photos printed on a page. NOTE: Only photos stored in the JPG and a limited selection of TIFF formats can be printed directly from the memory card. If you want to print photos stored on the memory card in a different file format, the photos must be transferred to your computer before printing. View Slideshow Press the Select button to start the slideshow. Save Photos to Computer to enter Save to PC mode. You can save the photos stored on the memory card to your computer or USB key, or you can save photos stored on the USB key to your computer or a memory card. Change Default Settings Press the Select button Press the Select button to enter Photo Preview mode. Press the left or right Arrow button to enter the Slideshow menu where you can specify the speed of the slideshow of the photos on the memory card. Highlight the speed you want, and then press the Select button to enter the Photo Default Settings menu. For more information, see Photo Print Settings Menu or Photo Default Settings Menu. to browse photos, or press the Start button . twice Print Press the Select button to display the selections that you made using your Camera Selection camera. For more information, see Camera Selection Preview. NOTE: This item is displayed only if there is a DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) selection in your memory card. Photo More Options Menu The Photo More Options menu is accessed by pressing the Menu button while you have selected a photo in the Photo Preview mode. Menu item Settings Edit Photo Press the Select button Photo Edit Mode Menu You can access the Photo Edit Mode menu by selecting Edit Photo from the Photo More Options menu. to enter the Photo Edit Mode menu. For more information, see Photo Edit Mode Menu. View Full Screen Press the Select button to view the photo full-screen. Change Print Settings to enter the Photo Default Settings menu. For more information, see Photo Print Settings Menu or Photo Default Settings Menu. Print Preview Press the Select button Press the Select button to see a preview of the print job for the selected photo. Menu item Settings Brightness Press the left or right Arrow button to specify a darkness setting (middle setting is default). Rotate Rotate the image 90° in the specified direction. Clockwise to choose the Shrink or Expand option repeatedly to shrink or expand the area of interest box. Auto Enhance Specify whether or not the printer automatically adjusts the image. Off* On Remove Red Eye Crop Press the Select button Specify whether or not the printer adjusts color in the image to eliminate red eye. * Counter Clockwise , and then press the left or right Arrow button . Press the Select button No* Yes Menu item * Factory default setting Photo Print Settings Menu or Photo Default Settings Menu You can access the Photo Print Settings menu by selecting Change Default Settings from the Photo Card Mode main menu or by selecting Change Print Settings from the Photo More Options menu. Settings Photo Specify the size of your original photos. Size Automatic NOTE: The setting changes to Automatic if the selected photo size cannot fit onto the layout specified. Hagaki L2L60x80 mm A610x15 cm 13x18 cm A5B5A42.25x3.25” 3.5x5" 4x6"* 5x7" 8x10" 8.5x11" Layout Specify the size of the printed photos. Automatic* Borderless (1 per page) One Photo Centered 1 per page 2 per page 3 per page 4 per page 6 per page 8 per page 16 per page Quality Specify the quality of your printed photos. Auto* Draft Normal Photo Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default setting Photo Proof Sheet Menu The Photo Proof Sheet menu is accessed by selecting Photo Proof Sheet from the Photo Card Mode main menu. Menu item Settings Print Sheet with All X Press the Select button Photos to print a proof sheet with all photos on the memory card or USB key. “X” is the number of photos detected on the memory card or USB key. Print most recent 25 photos Press the Select button to print a proof sheet with the most recent 25 photos. Print Sheet Using Date Range Print only photos created in a certain date range. 1. Press the Select button , and then choose a date range. 2. Press the Select button to print the proof sheet. Scan Proof Sheet Press the Select button to scan a proof sheet after making your selections. Camera Selection Preview The Camera Selection Preview is accessed by pressing the Select button from the Print Camera Selections menu. To navigate through the camera selections, press the left or right Arrow button . Press the Start button to print the photos using the current print settings. To alter the print settings, press the Menu button . From the Photo Card Mode menu, scroll to Change Photo Print Settings, and press the Select button . Print Files Mode Main Menu Mode Main Menu Print Files Paper Handling Use the Print Files mode to print documents stored on your USB key or memory card. The printer recognizes files that have the following file extensions: .doc (Microsoft® Word) .xls (Microsoft Excel®) .ppt (Microsoft PowerPoint®) .pdf (Adobe® Portable Document Format) .rtf (Rich Text Format) .docx (Microsoft Word Open Document Format) .xlsx (Microsoft Excel Open Document Format) .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint Open Document Format) .wps (Microsoft Works) .wpd (WordPerfect®) To view or change the Print Files Mode menu settings: 1. Make sure that the printer is connected to your computer that has Microsoft Office installed. 2. Insert a memory card into the card slots or a USB key into the PictBridge port. 3. Press the up or down Arrow button Print Files Mode Menu Menu item Settings Paper Press the Select button . to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size to scroll to Print Files, and then press the Select button Fax Mode To view or change the Fax Mode menu: 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button . In order for faxing to function properly: The printer's FAX connector ( Handling and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default settings Main Menu Mode Main Menu Mode Submenu Mode Submenu Fax Phone Book Name Search Phone Number Search Add Entry Group Search Add Group Name Search Phone Number Search Redial History Redial History On Hook Dial Delay Sending Fax Auto Answer Edit Fax Settings Fax Setup Speed Dial Phone Book Phone Book History and Reports Ringing and Answering Auto Answer Schedule Fax Printing Paper Handling Dialing and Sending Fax Blocking Blocked Fax Name Search Blocked Fax Add Entry Print Blocked Fax Entry Number Search to scroll to Fax. 2. Press the Select button —left connector) must be connected to an active analog telephone line. See Setting Up the Printer With External Devices for setup details. NOTE: You cannot fax with a DSL (digital subscriber line) or ISDN (integrated signature digital network) unless you purchase a digital line filter. Contact your Internet Service Provider for more details. If you are using the Fax Dell 968 AIO Printer to send a fax from within an application, the printer must be connected to a computer with a USB cable. Phone Book Menu The Phone Book menu is accessed by selecting Phone Book from the Fax Mode menu. You can also access this menu by selecting Speed Dial Phone Book from the Fax Setup menu. You can specify up to 99 speed dial numbers—89 individual fax speed dial numbers and 10 group dial entries of up to 30 numbers each. Fax Options Menu Menu item Action Fax Use the keypad to enter the number to which you want to send a fax. The number Number displays in the window. Window NOTE: If you have already entered a number on the Fax main menu, then you can also use this window to enter another number and send a broadcast fax. Phone Press the Select button Book * Factory default settings to enter the Phone Book menu. For more information, see Phone Book Menu. Redial History Press the Select button to view the redial history. The last five numbers dialed are displayed on the screen. On Hook Dial Press the Select button to enter the On Hook Dial mode. Delay Sending Fax to view the Delay Sending Fax screen. On this screen, use the keypad to specify the time you want the fax to be sent. Auto Answer Press the Select button Set your printer to answer incoming calls. Off* OnScheduled—Press the Select button to enter the Auto Answer Schedule menu. For more information, see Auto Answer Schedule Menu. Edit Fax Settings Press the Select button to enter the Edit Fax Settings menu. For more information, see Edit Fax Settings Menu. Fax Setup Press the Select button to enter the Fax Setup menu. For more information, see Fax Setup Menu. Menu item Action Name Search Press the Select button to enter the Name Search menu. For more information, see Name Search Menu. Phone Number Search Press the Select button to enter the Phone Book Search menu. For more information, see Phone Number Search Menu. Add Entry Press the Select button to enter the Phone Book: Add Entry menu. For more information, see Phone Book Add Entry Menu. Group Search Press the Select button to enter the Group Search menu. For more information, see Group Search Menu. Add Group Press the Select button to enter the Phone Book: Add Group menu. For more information, see Phone Book Add Group Menu. Print List Press the Select button to print the phone book stored on your printer. Menu item Action Search Criteria Window Use the keypad to enter a letter. The list automatically scrolls to the appropriate place in the phone book. Speed dial The names for the speed dial entries are shown. The number of speed dials listed depends on the number of speed dials you specified on your printer. Menu item Action Search Criteria Window Use the keypad to enter a number. The list automatically scrolls to the appropriate place in the phone book. Speed dial The fax numbers for the speed dial entries are shown. The number of speed dials listed depends on the number of speed dials you specified on your printer. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to edit the name for the contact. Fax Number Use the keypad to edit the fax number for the contact. Speed Dial Number Name Search Menu You can access the Name Search menu by selecting Name Search from the Phone Book menu. Phone Number Search Menu You can access the Phone Book Search menu by selecting Phone Number Search from the Phone Book menu. Phone Book Edit Entry Menu You can access the Phone Book: Edit Entry menu by pressing the Menu button when a speed dial number is highlighted in either the Phone Number Search or Name Search menus. The speed dial number assigned to this contact is displayed. NOTE: The speed dial number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the speed dial number. Delete Entry Press the Select button Phone Book Add Entry Menu to delete the entry from the phone book. You can access the Phone Book: Add Entry menu by selecting Add Entry from the Phone Book menu. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to enter the name for the contact. Fax Number Use the keypad to enter the fax number for the contact. Speed Dial Number Group Search Menu You can access the Group Search menu by selecting Group Search from the Phone Book menu. Phone Book Edit Group Menu You can access the Phone Book: Edit Group menu by pressing the Menu button The lowest available speed dial number is assigned for the contact. NOTE: The speed dial number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the speed dial number. Menu item Action Search Criteria Window Use the keypad to enter a letter. Speed dial The fax numbers for the group entries are shown. The number of groups listed depends on the number of groups specified in your printer. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to edit the name for the group. Fax Number Use the keypad to edit the fax numbers for the group. Speed Dial Number The speed dial number assigned to this group is displayed. NOTE: The speed dial number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the speed dial number. Delete Entry Press the Select button when a speed dial number is highlighted in the Group Search menu. Phone Book Add Group Menu You can access the Phone Book: Add Group menu by selecting Add Group from the Phone book menu. to delete the entry from the phone book. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to enter a name for the group. Fax number window Use the keypad to enter the fax numbers for the group. to Name Search Press the Select button enter the Name Search menu. For more information, see Name Search Menu. Phone Number Press the Select button to enter the Phone Book Search menu. For more Search information, see Phone Number Search Menu. Redial History Press the Select button to display the redial history. The last five numbers dialed are displayed on the screen. Speed Dial Number The lowest available speed dial number is assigned to this group. NOTE: The speed dial number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the speed dial number. Auto Answer Schedule Menu You can access the Auto Answer Schedule menu by selecting Scheduled from the Auto Answer option on the Fax Mode menu or by selecting Auto Answer Schedule from the Ringing and Answering menu. When Auto Answer is turned on, the fax machine answers incoming faxes without user intervention. When Auto Answer is turned off, incoming faxes must be answered manually. Menu item Action Current Time Displays the current time. Turn Auto Answer On Use the keypad to specify the time when you would like to turn Auto Answer at on. Turn Auto Answer Off Use the keypad to specify the time when you would like to turn Auto Answer at off. Edit Fax Settings Menu You can access the Edit Fax Settings menu by selecting Edit Fax Settings from the Fax Mode menu. The settings changed on this menu are temporary and will only be applicable to the fax job that you are sending at the time. They will not apply to your subsequent faxes. Menu item Action Cover Page Specify whether or not to send a cover page with your fax. No* Yes Color Specify the color of your sent fax. Black & White* Color Quality Specify the scan quality of your fax. Standard* Fine Superfine Ultrafine Lighter/Darker Press the left or right Arrow button to specify a darkness setting (middle setting is default). Original Size Specify the size of your original document. 8.5x11”* A4 * Factory default settings Cover Page Menu You can access the Cover Page menu by pressing the Menu button when Cover Page is highlighted in the Edit Fax Settings menu. From the Cover Page menu, press the Menu button to edit the contents of your cover page. Menu Action item From # Specify your fax number. Leave Blank* From #1 From #2 From #3 From #4 From #5 NOTE: To assign or change information in the From menu, scroll to the option that you want to edit, and then press the Menu button . Use the keypad to enter information about the sender. Your Name Displays the name of the sender. Your Phone # Displays the phone number of the sender. Your Fax # Use the keypad to enter your fax number. Priority Specify a priority level to display on your cover page. None* FYI Please Reply Urgent Message Use the keypad to enter your message for the recipient. * Factory default settings Fax Setup Menu You can access the Fax Setup menu by selecting Fax Setup from the Fax Mode menu or by selecting Change Fax Default Settings from the Setup menu. The settings made on this menu apply to all fax jobs that you will send or receive, unless you restore the settings to factory defaults. Menu item Action Speed Dial Press the Select button Phone Book History and Reports Menu You can access the History and Reports menu by selecting History and Reports from the Fax Setup menu. to enter the Phone Book menu. For more information, see Phone Book Menu. History and Reports Press the Select button to enter the History and Reports menu. For more information, see History and Reports Menu. Ringing and Answering Press the Select button to enter the Ringing and Answering menu. For more information, see Ringing and Answering Menu. Fax Printing Press the Select button to enter the Fax Printing menu. For more information, see Fax Printing Menu. Dialing and Sending Press the Select button to enter the Dialing and Sending menu. For more information, see Dialing and Sending Menu. Fax Blocking Press the Select button to enter the Fax Blocking menu. For more information, see Fax Blocking Menu. Menu item Action View History on Screen Press the Select button to display the fax history on the screen. Print Sent History Press the Select button to print a history of sent faxes. Print Received History Press the Select button to print a history of received faxes. View Pending Faxes Press the Select button to display information about pending faxes on the screen. Report Specify when to print a fax history report. Manual Print* Every 40 Jobs Print Fax Activity History Press the Select button to print a history of your fax activity. Confirmation Specify when to print a confirmation page for a fax. On Error* For All Off * Factory default settings Fax History More Options Menu You can access the Fax History More Options menu by highlighting one of the numbers shown on the Fax History screen and pressing the Select button . Menu item Action Redial This Press the Select button Number Ringing and Answering Menu You can access the Ringing and Answering menu by selecting Ringing and Answering from the Fax Setup menu. to enter the Fax Mode menu with the selected number displayed in the Fax Number Window. Add Number to Phone Book Press the Select button to enter the Phone Book: Add Entry menu with the fax number field automatically populated with the current fax number. Add Number to Blocked Faxes Press the Select button to enter the Blocked Fax: Add Entry menu with the fax number field automatically populated with the current fax number. Clear All History Press the Select button to clear the fax activity log. Menu item Action Ring Volume Specify the volume of the fax modem ringer. Low* High Off Pick-up On Specify the number of rings before your printer answers an incoming call. 1st Ring 2nd Ring 3rd Ring* 5th Ring Distinctive Ring Specify the distinctive ring setting that matches the option your phone service provides. Any Ring* Single Ring Double Ring Triple Ring Auto Answer Schedule to enter the Auto Answer Schedule menu. For more information, see Auto Answer Schedule Menu. Fax Forward Set your printer to forward faxes or forward them and print a copy. Off* Forward Print & Forward Manual Pickup Key Code Press the Select button Press the Select button to display the Pickup Code menu. To change the code, use the keypad to specify a new code, and then press the Select button . NOTE: The default code is DELL# (3355#). Caller ID Pattern Pattern 1 (FSK)* Pattern 2 (DTMF) NOTE: The Caller ID detection pattern is determined by the country or region you selected during initial setup. If phones in your country use two detection patterns, call your telecommunications company to know which pattern it subscribes to. Menu item * Factory default setting Fax Printing Menu You can access the Fax Printing menu by selecting Fax Printing from the Fax Setup menu. Action If Too Specify how the printer handles incoming faxes that are too big to print on one page. Big Fit to Page* Use Two Pages Fax Specify whether or not to include a footer on printed faxes. Footer On* Off 2-Sided Specify your duplex printing preference. Print 1 Sided Print* 2 Sided Print Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default settings Dialing and Sending Menu You can access the Dialing and Sending menu by selecting Dialing and Sending from the Fax Setup menu. Menu item Action Your Fax Use the keypad to enter your fax number. This number is shown on the cover page of Number outgoing faxes. Your Fax Use the keypad to specify the name for the printer. This is the name shown on the fax Name header of outgoing faxes. Cover Page Specify whether or not to include a cover page on outgoing faxes. No* Yes Color Specify the color of your outgoing faxes. Black & White* Color Quality Specify the scan quality of your outgoing faxes. Standard* Fine Superfine Ultrafine Lighter/Darker Press the left or right Arrow button to specify a darkness setting (middle setting is default). Dial Method Specify the dialing method that matches your phone system. Touch-tone* Pulse Behind PBX (Dial Tone Detect Off) Redial Time Specify the time the printer waits before redialing failed faxes. 1 Minute 2 Minutes* 3 Minutes 4 Minutes 5 Minutes 6 Minutes 7 Minutes 8 Minutes Redial Tries Specify the number of times the printer redials failed faxes. 0 Times 1 Time 2 Times 3 Times* 4 Times 5 Times Dial Prefix None*—Press the Select button to change defaults. Create—Press the Select button to create a prefix if one is necessary to obtain an outside line. Modify—Press the Select button to modify your existing prefix. Dial Volume Specify the dial volume of the fax modem. Off Low* High Scan Before Dial*—the fax is scanned to memory before dialing the fax number. After Dial—the fax number is dialed, communication with receiving fax is established, and then the fax is scanned. Max Send Speed Specify the maximum data speed your phone system will allow. 33,600 bps* 31,200 bps 28,800 bps 26,400 bps 24,000 bps 21,600 bps 19,200 bps 16,800 bps 14,400 bps 12,000 bps 9,600 bps 7,200 bps 4,800 bps 2,400 bps Auto Fax Conversion On*—the fax is automatically converted to be compatible with the receiving fax machine regardless of the send settings. Off—an unsupported fax error is given if there is a mismatch between send settings and those on the receiving fax machine. Error Correction Specify whether or not the printer should attempt to automatically correct data errors in faxes. On* Off Original Size Specify the original size of your faxes. 8.5x11”* A4 * Factory default settings Fax Blocking Menu You can access the Fax Blocking menu by selecting Fax Blocking from the Fax Setup menu. When fax blocking is on, calls received from fax machines that have a caller ID that matches one specified on the block list or have blocked their caller ID are disconnected. Menu item Action Block List Turn the fax blocking feature on or off. Off* On Block No-ID Specify whether or not the printer accepts faxes from unknown senders. * Off* On Blocked Fax Name Press the Select button to enter the Blocked Fax Name Search menu. For Search more information, see Blocked Fax Name Search Menu. Blocked Fax Entry Number Search Factory default settingsPress the Select button to enter the Blocked Fax Number Search menu. For more information, see Blocked Fax Entry Number Search Menu. Blocked Fax Add Entry Press the Select button to enter the Blocked Fax: Add Entry menu. For more information, see Blocked Fax Add Entry Menu. Print Blocked Fax List Press the Select button to print the contents of the blocked fax list. Menu item Action Search Window Criteria Use the keypad to enter a letter. The list automatically scrolls to the appropriate place in the phone book. Blocked Fax List Value The contact being blocked is displayed. The number of contacts on the list depends on the number of fax numbers you have blocked. Menu item Action Search Criteria Window Use the keypad to enter a number. The list automatically scrolls to the appropriate place in the phone book. Blocked Fax List Number Blocked Fax Name Search Menu You can access the Blocked Fax Name Search menu by selecting Blocked Fax Name Search from the Fax Blocking menu. Blocked Fax Entry Number Search Menu You can access the Blocked Fax Entry Number Search menu by selecting Blocked Fax Entry Number Search from the Fax Blocking menu. The number assigned to the fax number being blocked is displayed. The number assigned to the blocked fax list depends on the number of fax numbers you have blocked. Blocked Fax Edit Entry Menu You can access the Blocked Fax Edit Entry menu by pressing the Menu button while a number is highlighted in the Blocked Fax Name Search or Blocked Fax Entry Number Search menus. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to edit the name for the contact. Fax Number Use the keypad to edit the fax number for the contact. Blocked Fax # A number is assigned to this blocked fax number. NOTE: The number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the assigned number. Delete Entry Press the Select button to delete this entry from the blocked fax list. Menu item Action Name Use the keypad to edit the name for the contact. Fax Number Use the keypad to edit the fax number for the contact. It is required to enter a number to add an entry from this menu. Blocked Fax # A number is assigned to this blocked fax number. NOTE: The number is automatically assigned. You cannot modify the assigned number. Main Menu Mode Main Menu Scan Scan To Color Quality Original Size Change Scan Default Settings Scan Mode Menu Menu item Settings Scan To Select the program to which to send your scan. Blocked Fax Add Entry Menu You can access the Blocked Fax Add Entry menu by selecting Blocked Fax Add Entry from the Fax Blocking menu. You can add up to 50 numbers to the blocked fax list. Scan Mode To view or change the Scan Mode menu settings: 1. Ensure your printer and computer are connected via a USB cable. 2. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Scan, and then press the Select button . 3. If your computer is connected to a network, select a host from the Host Selection screen, and enter a four-digit PIN number, if necessary, for the selected host. 4. Press the Select button . Preview Email File software installed on your computer Color Specify the color of your scan. Color* Black & White Quality Specify the quality (resolution) of your scan. Automatic* 150 dpi 300 dpi 600 dpi Original Size Specify the size of your original document or image. Auto Detect* L2LA6A5B5A42.25x3.25” 3x5” 4x6” 5x7” 8x10” 8.5x11” Change Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Scan Default Settings menu. For more information, see Scan Default Settings Menu. * Factory default settings Setup Mode Main Mode Main Menu Mode Submenu Mode Submenu Menu Setup Paper Handling Change Printer Default Settings Set Date and Time Paper Handling Change Copy Default Settings Paper Handling Change Photo Default Settings Paper Handling Change Fax Default Settings Speed Dial Phone Book To access the Setup menu: 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button Phone Book History and Reports Ringing and Answering Auto Answer Schedule Fax Printing Paper Handling Dialing and Sending Fax Blocking Blocked Fax Name Search Blocked Fax Entry Number Search Blocked Fax Add Entry Change Scan Default Settings Change Bluetooth Default Settings Paper Handling Change PictBridge Default Settings Paper Handling Print Settings List Network Setup Wireless Menu Wireless Signal Quality TCP/IP Set IP Address Set IP Netmask Set IP Gateway Network Time Menu Setup Mode Menu Menu item Action Paper Handling Press the Select button to scroll to Setup. 2. Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. Change Printer Press the Select button . to enter the Printer Default Settings menu. For Default Settings more information, see Printer Default Settings Menu. Change Copy Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Copy Default Settings menu. For more information, see Copy Default Settings Menu. Change Photo Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Photo Default Settings menu. For more information, see Photo Default Settings Menu. Change Fax Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Fax Setup menu. For more information, see Fax Setup Menu. Change Scan Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Scan Default Settings menu. For more information, see Scan Default Settings Menu. Change Bluetooth Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the Bluetooth Default Settings menu. For more information, see Bluetooth Default Settings Menu. Change PictBridge Default Settings Press the Select button to enter the PictBridge Default Settings menu. For more information, see PictBridge Default Settings Menu. Print Settings List Press the Select button to print a list of the options that were set using the operator panel. Network Setup Press the Select button to enter the Network Setup menu. For more information, see Network Setup Menu. Paper Handling Menu You can select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray from the Paper Handling menu. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. You can view or change the Paper Handling menu by selecting Paper Handling from the Setup menu, Copy Mode menu, Photo Print Settings menu, Photo Default Settings menu, Print File Default Settings menu, Fax Printing menu, or Bluetooth Default Settings menu. Paper Handling menu for printer with one input tray Menu Settings item Size Specify the size of the paper loaded in the input tray. 8.5x11”* 8.5x14” A4* B5A5A6L2LHagaki 3x5” 3.5x5” 4x6” 4x8” 5x7” 10x15 cm 10x20 cm 13x18 cm NOTE: Size is determined by the country you selected during initial setup. Changing size from any menu changes the option selected in all other menus. Type Specify the type of paper loaded in the input tray. Auto Detect* Plain Matte Photo Transparency Additional options available when a second paper tray is attached Menu item Settings Size- Tray 2 Tray 1 and Tray 2 have the same default paper size during the initial setup. You can load different sizes of paper into these two trays and choose the corresponding paper size options for them. Tray 2 has the same size options as Tray 1. Type- Tray 2 Tray 2 has the same paper type options as Tray 1. Tray Linking Specify whether or not the printer pulls paper from the second tray if the first tray is empty. Off* Auto For more information, see Understanding Tray Linking. Copy Source Specify the paper source for making copies. Tray1* Tray2 Photo Source * Factory default setting Specify the paper source for printing photos. Tray1* Tray2 Print Files Source Specify the paper source for printing files. Tray1* Tray2 Fax Source Specify the paper source for printing faxes. Tray1* Tray2 Auto PictBridge Source Specify the paper source for printing photos from a PictBridge-enabled camera. Tray1* Tray2 Bluetooth Source NOTE: Select Auto if you want the printer to pick from the tray containing the paper that matches the size of the incoming fax. You also need to specify the correct paper size for both trays. Specify the paper source for printing files from a Bluetooth-enabled device. Tray1* Tray2 * Factory default setting Printer Default Settings Menu You can view or change the Printer Default Settings by selecting Change Printer Default Settings from the Setup menu. Menu Settings item Set Date Press the Select button and Time , and then use the keypad to enter the current date and time. Press the left or right Arrow button to move to the next entry field. Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. Language Press the left or right Arrow button to scroll through the language options. Country Press the left or right Arrow button to scroll through the country options. Key Press Tone Specify whether or not a tone sounds when you press the operator panel buttons. Off On* Power Save Specify when the printer enters Power Save mode. Now After 10 min After 30 min* After 60 min After 120 min After 240 min Block Host Settings Off* On Speaker Volume NOTE: Set Block Host Settings to On if you want to prevent other users from changing the settings of your printer. Specify the volume level for the printer speaker. Off Low* High * Factory default setting Copy Default Settings Menu You can view or change the Copy Default Settings by selecting Copy Default Settings from the Setup menu or by selecting Change Default Settings from the Copy Mode menu. Menu item Settings Color Specify the color of copies. Color* Black & White Quality Specify the copy quality. Auto* Draft Normal Photo Original Specify the size of your original documents. Size Auto Detect* 8.5x11” 2.25x3.25” 3x5” 3.5x5” 4x6” 4x8” 5x7” 8x10” L2LHagaki A6A5B5A460x80 mm 9x13 cm 10x15 cm 10x20 cm 13x18 cm 20x25 cm Content Type Specify the type of document you are copying. Text & Graphics* Photo Text Only Line Drawing 2-sided Original Specify whether your original document is printed on one or both sides of the page. Off* On to Paper Press the Select button enter the Paper Handling menu. For more information, Handling see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default setting Photo Default Settings Menu You can view or change the Photo Default Settings by selecting Change Photo Default Settings from the Setup menu or by selecting Change Default Settings from the Photo Card Mode menu. The settings made on this menu apply to all photos that will be printed, unless you restore the settings to factory defaults. Menu item Settings Photo Size Specify the size of your original photos. Hagaki L2L60x80 mm A610x15 cm 13x18 cm A5B5A42.25x 3.25” 3.5x 5" 4x6" 5x7" 8x10" 8.5x11" Layout Specify the size of the printed photos. Automatic* Borderless (1 per page) One Photo Centered 1 per page 2 per page 3 per page 4 per page 6 per page 8 per page 16 per page Quality Specify the quality of your printed photos. Auto* Draft Normal Photo Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default setting Fax Setup Menu You can access the Fax Setup menu by selecting Change Fax Default Settings from the Setup menu or by selecting Fax Setup from the Fax Mode menu. For more information, see Fax Setup Menu. Scan Default Settings Menu You can view or change the Scan Default Settings by selecting Change Scan Default Settings from the Setup menu or by selecting Change Default Settings from the Scan Mode menu. Menu item Settings Color Specify the color of your scans. Color* Black & White Quality Specify the quality (resolution) of your scans. Automatic* 150 dpi 300 dpi 600 dpi Original Size Specify the size of your original documents or images. Auto Detect* * Factory default settingL2LA6A5B5A42.25x3.25” 3x5” 4x6” 4x8” 5x7” 8x10” 8.5x11” Bluetooth Default Settings Menu You can view or change the Bluetooth Default Settings by selecting Change Bluetooth Default Settings from the Setup menu. For more information, see Bluetooth Mode. PictBridge Default Settings Menu You can view or change the PictBridge Default Settings by selecting Change PictBridge Default Settings from the Setup menu. For more information, see PictBridge Mode. Network Setup Menu You can access Setup menu by selecting Network Setup from the Setup menu. Menu item Settings Reset Network Adapter Defaults to reset all wireless settings to default. Print Network Setup Page Press the Select button Press the Select button to print a list of network settings. Wireless Menu Press the Select button to enter the Wireless Setup Menu. For more information, see Wireless Menu. TCP/IP Press the Select button to enter the TCP/IP Menu. For more information, see TCP/IP Menu. Network Time Menu Press the Select button to enter Network Time Menu. From the Network Time Menu, press the left or right Arrow button to save the settings. NOTE: When Time Server is enabled, the wireless Ethernet card updates the printer's time once a day or every time the printer is powered on. Active Network Specify which network connection the adapter should use. Auto* Ethernet 10/100 Wireless 802.11b/g * Factory default setting Wireless Menu You can view or change the settings in the Wireless Setup Menu by selecting Wireless Menu from the Network Setup menu. Menu item Settings Network Name Reflects the current SSID being used. NOTE: You cannot change the value of Network Name. Wireless Signal Quality Press the Select button to view the current signal quality. * Factory default setting TCP/IP Menu You can view or change the settings in the TCP/IP Menu by selecting TCP/IP from the Network Setup menu. Menu item Settings Enable DHCP Specify whether or not your network automatically assigns IP settings. Yes* No NOTE: You cannot change or set an IP Address, IP Netmask, and IP Gateway if DHCP is enabled. Set IP Address Press the Select button to save the settings. NOTE: The IP address cannot be changed if DHCP is enabled. Set IP Netmask Press the Select button to enter the Set IP Address menu. From the Set IP Address menu, use the keypad to enter an IP address. Press the right Arrow button to erase an entry. Press the Back button to enable or disable the Time Server, and then press the Back button to enter a set of numbers in the next field, or press the left Arrow button to enter the Set IP Netmask menu. to save the settings. NOTE: The IP gateway cannot be changed if DHCP is enabled. * Factory default setting Maintenance Mode Main Menu Mode Main Menu Maintenance View Ink Levels Clean Cartridges Align Cartridges Change Print Cartridges Print Test Page Call Diagnostics Reset Defaults To access Maintenance mode options: 1. From the main menu, press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Maintenance. 2. Press the Select button Maintenance Mode Menu Menu item Action View Ink Levels Press the Select button to display the current ink level for each cartridge on the screen. Clean Cartridges Press the Select button to clean the ink cartridges. Align Cartridges Press the Select button to align the ink cartridges. Change Print Cartridges Press the Select button to view steps detailing how to change ink cartridges. Print Test Page Press the Select button to print a test page. Call Diagnostics Specify how your printer treats automatic calls for diagnostic support. Off* From the Set IP Netmask menu, use the keypad to enter an IP address. Press the right Arrow button to save the settings. NOTE: The IP netmask cannot be changed if DHCP is enabled. Set IP Gateway Press the Select button to enter the Set IP Gateway menu. From the Set IP Gateway menu, use the keypad to enter an IP address. Press the right Arrow button to erase an entry. Press the Back button to erase an entry. Press the Back button to enter a set of numbers in the next field, or press the left Arrow button to enter a set of numbers in the next field, or press the left Arrow button . Audio on Print T30 Signals Report Both Audio and Report Reset Defaults Press the Select button to reset all settings to factory default settings. Main Menu Mode Main Menu PictBridge Default Print Settings Photo Size Layout Quality Paper Handling PictBridge Default Print Settings Menu Menu item * Factory default setting PictBridge Mode Your printer automatically switches to PictBridge mode when you connect a PictBridge-enabled camera. You can print pictures using the controls of the camera. For more information, see Printing Photos From a PictBridge-Enabled Camera. To view or change the PictBridge default print settings, press the Menu button Settings Photo Specify the size of your original photos. Size Hagaki L2L60x80mm A610x15cm 13x18cm A5B5A42.25x 3.25” 3.5x5" . 4x6" 5x7" 8x10" 8.5x11" Layout Specify the size of the printed photos. Automatic* Borderless (1 per page) One Photo Centered 1 per page 2 per page 3 per page 4 per page 6 per page 8 per page 16 per page Quality Specify the quality of your printed photos. Auto* Draft Normal Photo Paper Handling NOTE: Photo Size is determined by the country or region you selected during initial setup. Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. * Factory default setting Bluetooth Mode Main Menu Mode Main Menu Bluetooth Default Settings Bluetooth Enabled Discovery Mode Security Pass Key Trusted Devices–Clear All Device Name Device Address Paper Handling Bluetooth Default Settings Menu Menu item To print from an external Bluetooth-enabled device, you must attach a USB Bluetooth adapter to the PictBridge port. The Bluetooth icon appears on the display once the USB Bluetooth adapter is active. To view or change Bluetooth Default Settings: 1. Press the up or down Arrow button . 2. Press the up or down Arrow button to scroll to Change Bluetooth Default Settings, and then press the Select button Settings Bluetooth On* Enabled Off Discovery On* Mode Off Security Specify your preferred security level. Low* High Pass Key Specify a pass key. Any external Bluetooth-enabled device needs to enter this pass key before it sends a print job. NOTE: You only need to specify a pass key if the Security Level is set to High. Trusted Device- Clear All NOTE: When Bluetooth Enabled is set to On, the printer accepts Bluetooth connections and allows the USB Bluetooth adapter to communicate with other Bluetooth- enabled devices. NOTE: Set the Discovery Mode to On if you want other Bluetooth-enabled devices to detect the USB Bluetooth adapter attached to your printer. to clear the list of trusted devices. NOTE: Your printer stores a maximum of eight external Bluetooth-enabled devices (trusted devices). When the printer detects more than eight devices, the least recently used device is removed from the list. Device Name Press the Select button The name assigned to the USB Bluetooth adapter. When printing from an external Bluetooth-enabled device, the Device Name or Device Address should be selected. Device The address of your USB Bluetooth adapter. When printing from an external Bluetooth- . to scroll to Setup, and then press the Select button Address enabled device, the Device Name or Device Address should be selected. NOTE: You cannot change the Device Address. Paper Handling Press the Select button to enter the Paper Handling menu, and then select the size and type of the blank paper loaded in the input tray. If you have an optional input tray, you can also specify the paper source. For more information, see Paper Handling Menu. *Factory default setting Networking Configuring the Adapter Using the Wireless Setup Utility The optional DellTM Internal Network Adapter 1150 enables you to connect your printer to a network using a wireless or Ethernet connection. Minimum Requirements for Setup The Dell Internal Network Adapter 1150 The Dell All-In-One Printer An existing wireless network The Drivers and Utilities CD that shipped with your printer A computer running one of the following operating systems: Windows VistaTM Microsoft® Windows® XP Microsoft Windows 2000 Wireless Network Settings Some wireless network settings may be needed to configure the adapter that has been installed in the printer. Here are some of the settings that you may need: Network Name, also known as SSID (Service Set ID) BSS (Basic Service Set) Type (the type of wireless network you use—Ad-Hoc or Infrastructure) Wireless Channel Number Network Authentication and encryption type Security Key(s) Wireless Encryption Minimum Requirements for Setup Wireless Network Settings Wireless Encryption Installing and Configuring the Dell Internal Network Adapter 1150 NOTE: The Dell Internal Network Adapter 1150 may not be available in all regions. Check with your local Dell Sales Representative to determine availability.


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