How-tos are short instructions that help you set up your installation optimally.
We show you how to use AccurioPro Flux most efficiently and how to further reduce manual work steps by learning some tips and tricks.
Managing print jobs
- Combining print jobs
It probably happens on a regular basis: Your customers provide various files and want you to combine them into one document and print them. AccurioPro Flux offers several ways to combine multiple files into one print job.
- Filtering the job list: My jobs which are due today
So many orders – but which do I have to finish today? We'll show you how to create a filter that shows you only the jobs that have been assigned to you and that you have to complete on the current day.
Impositioning & Make-ready
- Printing invitation cards (DIN long with bleed) as multi-up job
Your customer delivers an urgent print job: 600 invitation cards, DIN long, printed one-sided, with bleed. We will show you how you can quickly and cost-effectively produce the print job.
- Borderless printing from source documents without bleed
You know these situations: Your customer is delivering a PDF file, which is to be printed to the edge – but there is no bleed included in the file. We will show you how you can produce this print job with a few settings.
- Settings for serial letters – It’s that easy
Typically the print settings in serial letters are repeated with each letter in the file. Learn how to transfer the settings for one letter quickly and easily to the remaining letters.
- Color mangement – The basics
In this How-to, we explain the basics of color management and what happens in the background. We give a brief overview about color spaces, color models and color conversion between color spaces.
- Creating a printer profile and assigning it to a paper in AccurioPro Flux
We show you a workflow in which you use Color Centro to create a printer profile for a paper type and assign it to the paper in the paper catalog in AccurioPro Flux.
- Color management in AccurioPro Flux
In Flux Workstation you have full control over color management and can flexibly control the settings on all printers that work with Konica Minolta controllers from version IC-601 upwards.
Numbering & Barcodes
- Quick and easy: Numbering tickets
Tickets with a consecutive numbering are usually used for events. Often the numbers are printed on the tickets in plain text and as barcode. We will show you how you can easily generate a large number of numbered tickets from a single ticket.
- Number carbonless copies as a set
Carbonless copies often consist of several sheets that form a set. Learn how to number the sets consecutively and how to have the same number within a set.
Usage of PDF page boxes
- Usage of PDF page boxes
PDF files can contain different page boxes and each page box can comprise a different page area. We show you how to use AccurioPro Flux to control the usage of page boxes in order to print only the page content that the selected box includes.
- Printing borderless booklets by using PDF page boxes
The print file for a booklet contains a subject that is to be printed to the edge of the page. Learn how to produce borderless brochures using the right PDF page box in just a few steps.
Flux Raster Editor
- Flux Raster Editor: Delete, move and rotate scanned image content
A typical problem: Punching holes or staples were scanned with the document and need to be removed. Sometimes elements in the original file are not arranged as needed and must be rotated or moved after scanning. We show you how to do it.
- Flux Raster Editor: Enhance scanned documents automatically
When scanning, typical problems occur on a regular basis: Misaligned documents, dirty scanner glass or too pale scans. Learn how to fix these issues by using the Flux Raster Editor.
- Flux Raster Editor: Insert text and logo
You would like to add text and images to scanned documents? No problem. The Flux Raster Editor offers the required functions.