Continuous copying refers to the maximum number of copies that cannot be set multiple times for the same copy document and the MFP can perform one copy at a time. Continuous copying eliminates the need for duplicate settings for the same copying document, saving time spent copying as a homepage. Therefore, it is quite practical for users who frequently need to make multiple copies of the same object.
The method of marking for continuous copying is 1 to X sheets, and X represents the maximum capacity for continuous copying of the product. There is a direct relationship between the number of consecutive copies and the grade of the product. At present, the most common products have 1 to 99 continuous copies, that is, one set for the same object, and 99 copies can be made at a time. While some copy-dominated high-end products can achieve 1 to 999 continuous copies, of course, some products do not have continuous copying capabilities.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 28 April,2018.