Document Filing

 

Document Filing on the Hard Disk

The majority of Sharp multifunction devices have a built-in document filing system (Hard Disk). This application uses a dedicated internal hard disk to store documents and previous jobs (accessible from either the display or embedded web page), making the document workflow significantly more flexible and efficient. This is because recently completed print runs for example can be repeated without recreating the job, saving both on processing time and user intervention. While smooth document workflow is clearly a boon to office productivity, achieving it can be both costly and time consuming. Sharp’s advanced MFP features and original software applications boost document workflow and facilitate the cost-effective utilisation of digital data by making it easy to organise, store, access, and share documents on the hard disk.

Document Filing

allows processed data to be saved designated folders on the MFP’s hard disk, where they can be instantly recalled for printing and sending at a later time.

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Easy Access to Stored Files

Documents stored on the hard disk can be quickly and easily searched and accessed from the control panel’s LCD via thumbnail displays and file previews or through a Web browser.

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File Combining

For more effective data utilisation, two files saved on the MFP’s hard disk can be easily combined into one file.

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Easy Sharing of Application Files

To facilitate file sharing across the office network, Sharp MFPs provide hard disk storage space for folders. Each folder can hold files created with applications such as Word and Excel® and saved in their original format.

Note: It is advisable to back up data saved to the MFP’s hard disk.

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Mirroring Kit

To protect the enhanced data handling capability of the MFP’s hard disk, which provides improved Document Filing functions and easy sharing of application files, the optional Mirroring Kit offers hard disk backup and peace of mind.