How to Staple and Hole-Punch Documents Using Kyocera Copier
With the new Kyocera Printers installed at all sites, there are a few new functions available to all users that aren’t very well known. This article will show you how to both staple and hole punch using the new printer.
If you do not have Kyocera Print Panel installed in your applications folder, or do not have the new printers installed, go here.
When using Word(Chrome at bottom of page):
Step 1: Click ‘Print’ to open the default print panel, select the Kyocera printer that you want to print from, then click ‘Copies and Pages’.
Step 2: Click ‘Print Panel’ from the drop-down.
Step 3: On the next dialogue box, click the settings button at the bottom.
This will open the Kyocera Print Panel that should have been downloaded before starting.
Step 4: Click the ‘Finishing’ tab on the left.
On the right, you can see the boxes ‘Staple’ and ‘Punch’. In order to make these options available, click the check boxes on the bottom left of the paper icons in their respective sections:
The Staple section has two options, Position and Sheets per group.
Position is where you select the placement of the staples. The three options on this drop-down will be middle, upper left, and lower left. The middle option will place two staples on the sheet, in a kind of pamphlet style. The upper and lower are self explanatory.
Sheets per group allows you to choose how many pages to staple after, going up to 65 pages. If you leave the option at all sheets, the printer will staple together all of the sheets in the current document. This is usually the default option unless there are special circumstances.
Click OK at the bottom of the print panel, then print to send the job.
There are minor differences when printing from Chrome:
Open the Print Dialogue in Chrome Docs or Sheets and click the ‘Print using system dialogue’ link:
Click the layouts drop-down on the next dialogue box:
Click ‘Print Panel’ in the drop-down:
Everything is exactly the same as before from this point forward.
That’s all there is to it! If you do not want to staple together a document, do not select ‘Print Panel’ from the drop-down at the beginning.