GETTING A COPIER — regardless of its intended use and user — can be quite intimidating especially for the non-techy first timer. With a huge selection of copiers that come in various brands and models, it would be too overwhelming for a common user to decide which one is suitable for them.
If you are a newbie, you may find all these huge heavy duty machines with buttons and trays sticking out at its sides outrageously confusing. But once you get to use one and familiarize yourself with its different features, you will find it is actually more user-friendly than how it appears to be.
Instructions on how to operate a copier would largely depend on the model, make and year released. Working on older models may be a bit tedious and redundant as they obviously have more limited features compared to their most recent counterpart. Therefore, you have to put in more effort photocopying a document. For instance, printing on double sides would mean scanning the document, waiting for it to be printed, and then turning the page over as you repeat the same process. Obviously, that would require a little more effort and patience.
The most recent models, however, mostly run automatic, particularly in terms of operation allowing little interference from the user since the machine itself could more likely do the tasks. Moreover, they could perform additional tasks like scanning, printing and faxing. The latest copiers in the market (just like those copiers for sale online) already allow you to print on double sides, collate, and adjust contrast by pressing a few buttons from the settings. But of course, this comes with a price tag you would refuse to see and shell out for.
Regardless of the source of the machine (be it online or offline) and the mode of acquisition (be it purchased, borrowed or leased), a copier can come in handy and accessible with all the available options you have.