Copy Four Pages onto a Single Page - TC-20M
Article ID: ART181866 | Date published: 04/11/2023 | Date last updated: 04/11/2023


Learn how to copy four separate pages on to a single page with the imagePROGRAF TC-20.


You can copy four original pages onto a single sheet of paper by reducing each image. Four different layouts are available.

  1. Load paper.

  2. Load originals on the Document Platen (scanner glass).

  3. Select Copy on the HOME screen.

     If both roll paper and cut sheets are loaded, a screen will appear asking which one to use. Select Copy to cut sheet.

  4. Select Layout copy.

  5. Select Settings.

  6. Select 4-on-1 copy in Layout.

    Select 4-on-1 copy (outlined in red)

  7. Select Advanced.

    Specify the orientation and order of originals.

     The order is the same regardless of the orientation.

    • When you select Upper-left to right

      Upper-left to right example

    • When you select Upper-right to left:

      Upper-right to left example

    • When you select Upper-left to bottom:

      Upper-left to bottom example

    • When you select Upper-right to bottom:

      Upper-right to bottom example

  8. Select whether or not to show the preview screen.

    If you select ON, the preview screen is displayed so that you can check the orientation and order of the originals.

  9. Select OK.

  10. On the Copy standby screen, specify settings as necessary.

    Copy standby screen

    1. The size and type of the loaded paper.

    2. Specify the number of copies.

      Specify the number of copies

      Select the numbers to specify the number of copies.

    3. The copy layout.

    4. Display the print setting items.

  11. Press the Black  button or the Color  button.

    When the first sheet of the original has been scanned, the following screen is displayed.

    Figure: Preview screen on touch screen

    1. Select to rotate the original by 180 degrees.

    2. Select to start scanning the original.

    3. Select to rescan the original.

  12. Check the preview screen and select Scan.

    The screen below appears after scanning the first sheet of original.

    Figure: Tap Print now or Scan (both outlined in red)

    1. Select to start scanning the original.

    2. Select to start copying the original already scanned.

  13. Load the second sheet of the original on the platen and select Scan.

  14. Check the preview screen and select Scan.

  15. Repeat steps 13 and 14 to scan the third and fourth sheets of originals.

    After scanning the fourth sheet of original, the printer starts copying.

 If Cannot process because device memory is full. appears on the touch screen when scanning, set Print qlty to Standard and try copying again. If the problem is not resolved when Media type is set to Plain paper, set Print qlty to Draft and try copying again.

 To cancel copying, press the Stop  button.

 You can add a copying job while printing.

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