Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 8
   L60 Setup and Other Utilities in the Desktop Manager    8-23
L60 Setup and
Other Utilities in the
 Desktop Manager
If you decide you need to disconnect the L60 from the designated port
and/or attach another device to the port, you should close the MultiPASS
Background first. If you close the MultiPASS Background first, you avoid
receiving error messages when the MultiPASS Background detects it can
no longer communicate with the L60.
When you start the Desktop Manager again at a later time, the MultiPASS
Background is automatically reopened if your L60 has been reconnected to
the port. You can also open the MultiPASS Background without opening
the Desktop Manager.
Preparing to Close the MultiPASS Background
If you are closing the MultiPASS Background, you may want to set the L60
to print any received faxes. With the MultiPASS Background closed,
received faxes cannot be moved to the Desktop Manager. Received faxes
can also be stored in the L60 memory. However, if the memory becomes
full, the L60 is unable to receive more faxes until you print the faxes stored
in memory.
To set the L60 to print received faxes:
In the Desktop Manager, open the  Setup Options dialog box. In the Setup
Options dialog box, on the Receive Fax tab, select Print Fax in the If
Computer On and If Computer Off boxes. Save your changes.
For detailed instructions on changing L60 setup options, refer to the
“Setting Up L60 Options in the Desktop Manager” section in this chapter.
Closing the MultiPASS Background
Follow these instructions to close the MultiPASS Background.
1. Close the MultiPASS Desktop Manager.
2. On the Windows taskbar, click the right mouse button on the
MultiPASS Background button. In the displayed menu, click Close.