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Copier

Location: Clark Hall, Room 291
Contact Person for problems or questions: Mary Kittelson (Room 299, 5-0586) or any member of the IBC office staff.

The Ricoh Copier in Clark 291 is available for IBC work-related use only. It is not to be used for making copies of personal items, or dissertations, theses, class notes, etc. for school purposes. The copier makes 55 copies per minute, duplexes, sorts, staples, and enlarges or reduces as needed. For large jobs requiring more than 500 sheets of paper or more than 20 “sets” of documents, please use the Copy Center (Three locations: Cooper Publications, French Administration, and the CUB). Mary Kittelson will issue you an interdepartmental requisition for your job. To use the copier for small jobs, you need a copier code, which is available from your Principal Investigator.

The User’s Manual is located on the shelf to the left of the door. Please ask a member of the Office Staff to demonstrate how the copier should be operated. Various sized and colored papers are available.

Some important points to remember when operating the copier:
1. To begin, type in your user code (see your P.I. if you do not have this code), then press the OK button on the touch screen. Set the machine for your job and press start.
2. Originals should be placed face up on the document feeder tray.
3. When copying books, always close the lid as far as possible before starting.

Please Note: If the copier jams, ask for assistance from the Office Staff. Do not attempt to clear the jam yourself. Also, if the copier needs toner or paper, please ask a staff member for assistance.

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