Barbara: To start with, you should load any recycled paper in tray two, and load it face down.
John: Got it.
Barbara: If you're copying a long document, instead of copying page by page on the glass, you can use the top-loader. There's an option here to collate the documents or sort them by page.
John: Great. Can it staple, too? I've seen copiers that staple.
Barbara: Yes, it can! Moving on . . . do you know how to shrink and enlarge documents? Those functions are here—the machine will prompt you to change the paper size and tray if you need to. We usually keep A3 or B3 paper in the bottom tray, but you can load it anywhere. Letterhead should go in the side loader, so we don't waste it.
John: OK, thanks. I think I'm pretty familiar with what else the machine can do. I have one question, though—can anyone use the copier, or is there an access code I have to put in?
Barbara:Oh, there aren't any codes. Anybody in the office can use it.