Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 5
6. When you have completed the cover page design, click Save on the File
menu or toolbar. In the Save Cover Page Template dialog box, enter the
name of your cover page and click OK.
Preparing the Cover Page Background
The cover page background provides the permanent information and any
graphics you want included on your cover page. You then position the
variable fields in the appropriate locations on the background. For
example, for your background, you may want to include heading text
that provides your company name and address information, labels for
the variables fields (such as To: and From:), and one or more graphics that
may represent your company logo or your signature. The background
you plan to use with the Cover Page Designer must be black and white,
and must be saved in a TIFF file format.
The following instructions provide the recommended procedure for
preparing a cover page background. Using the recommended
procedures, you process a document (created by a word processing
application) as a held fax. Once the document is in the Desktop Manager,
you export the document to save it in a TIFF file format. The TIFF file can
then be used as the background for a new cover page.
To prepare a cover page background:
1. In a word processing application (such as Word for Windows), create
a full page, black-and-white document that includes the desired
features of your background: heading text, field labels, and any
graphics or pictures.
2. When you have completed the document, print the document using
the Canon MultiPASS L60 Fax driver.
To do so, click the Print command. In the Print dialog box, select
Canon MultiPASS L60 Fax as the printer, and click the command to
print (usually OK or Print).
3. In the Send Fax dialog box, enter any name and fax number as the fax
recipient. Select None as the cover page to attach. Then click Hold.
4. Once the fax document is placed on hold, open the Out Box Folder in
the Desktop Manager.
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