Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 5
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PC Faxing
5. Locate the held fax document and open it in the Document Viewer.
To do so, do one of the following: double-click the document, select
the document and click Open Document on the File menu, or drag
the document to the Open Document button on the toolbar.
6. With the document open in the Document Viewer, export the
document in a TIFF file format.
To do so, on the File menu, click Export. In the Export dialog box,
specify the drive, directory, filename, and file type for saving the
document. Click OK.
Once you have exported the document in a TIFF file format, you can use
the TIFF file as the background of your new cover page.
To use an alternative method for preparing the cover page background:
Instead of using a word processing application, you can use a graphics
application (such as Paint or Photoshop) to prepare the cover page
background. The background graphic you prepare must be a black-and-
white image, 1728 pixels wide and 2156 pixels high, saved in a TIFF file
format. For detailed instructions, refer to the user documentation for
your graphics application.
Inserting Variable Fields
You insert variable fields that are filled in with actual data when you
attach the cover page to a particular fax you are sending. You can choose
any or all of the available fields, and place each at the desired location in
the layout area. A field is placed on top of any cover page background.
Each field displays sample text to illustrate the current font, font size, and
text attributes used.
Only the variable fields that display in the variables bin or on the Insert
menu are available for you to use on your cover page. You cannot add or
delete a field to or from the existing set. You cannot use a single field
more than once on a cover page.
To insert a field:
Do one of the following:
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