Video: How to make copies on Ricoh printer.
Image of Ricoh IM Copier interface
On the Ricoh MFP copier, the interface has two copy icons – copier classic and the copy icon. Both icons have the same features. We are going to walk through using the copier class icon.
Turn on the Ricoh Multifunction Device: #
The Ricoh printer is powered on and ready for use.
Load Paper into the Ricoh Copier: #
Ensure enough paper is loaded into the printer’s tray or feeder.
Place Original Document: #
Lift the cover of the printer’s scanner bed or Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) and place the document you want to copy face-down on the glass or face-up in the ADF, depending on the model.
Select Copy Mode: #
Look for the “Copy Classic” button on the printer’s control panel. Press it to enter copy mode.
Copier Classic Scanner image
Set Copy Settings: #
Depending on the Ricoh printer model, you can adjust settings such as the number of copies, paper size, paper type, color settings, and resolution. Use the arrow buttons or touch screen (if available) to navigate through the settings and adjust.
Start Copying: #
Once you have configured the settings to your preferences, press the “Start” button to begin copying. The printer will copy the document.
Retrieve Copies: #
After completing the copying process, the printer ejects the copies into the output tray. Open the output tray and collect your copies.
Adjust Settings as Needed: #
If you need to make additional copies or change any settings, you can repeat the process by placing another document on the scanner bed or ADF and adjusting the settings accordingly.
Please note that the exact steps may vary slightly depending on your specific Ricoh printer model. If you have the user manual for your printer, it can provide more detailed instructions tailored to your device.