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Larry E Harkins, Ken Hayward, Thomas J Herceg, Jonathan D Levine, David M Parsons: Network having selectively accessible recipient prioritized communication channel profiles. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, Thomas B Zell, April 30, 1996: US05513126 (452 worldwide citation)

A method for a sender to automatically distribute information to a receiver on a network using devices (such as printers and facsimile machines) and communication channels (such as electronic mail) defined in a receiver profile. The receiver profile establishes the properties and mode for receipt of ...


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Larry E Harkins, Ken Hayward, Thomas J Herceg, Jonathan D Levine, David M Parsons: User interface for defining and automatically transmitting data according to preferred communication channels. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, August 12, 1997: US05657461 (188 worldwide citation)

A user interface to automatically distribute information to a receiver on a network using devices (such as printers and facsimile machines) and communication channels (such as electronic mail) defined in a receiver profile. The receiver profile establishes the properties and mode for receipt of info ...


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Thomas J Herceg, Alan J Perey, James B Williams Jr, Nancy B Williamson: Touch dialogue user interface for reproduction machines. Xerox Corporation, Frederick E McMullen, January 7, 1992: US05079723 (147 worldwide citation)

Touch dialogue User Interface (U.I.) for programming a reproduction machine using a touch control CRT screen with display providing a message area, U.I. state selections, and plural tabbed file folders, each file folder when opened in turn displaying a smaller card file of tabbed cards with adjacent ...


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Larry E Harkins, Ken Hayward, Thomas J Herceg, Jonathan D Levine, David M Parsons: Recipient prioritized communication channel profiles. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, November 18, 1997: US05689642 (110 worldwide citation)

A method for a sender to automatically distribute information to a receiver on a network using devices (such as printers and facsimile machines) and communication channels (such as electronic mail) defined in a receiver profile. The receiver profile establishes the properties and mode for receipt of ...


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Eugene S Evanitsky, Joseph L Filion, Thomas J Herceg: Pre-programming during job run. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, September 3, 1991: US05045880 (67 worldwide citation)

A technique for pre-programming a reproduction machine for a plurality of complex jobs involving a variety of machine features and requirements using the operator console and touch sensitive screen display while the machine is in the print state or still in the process of completing a previous job. ...


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Joseph L Filion, Thomas J Herceg: Exception grouping for machine programming. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, January 1, 1991: US04982234 (16 worldwide citation)

An exception programming device in a reproduction machine capable of being programmed for a production run for producing a first plurality of copies of a document set having a common set of features and a second plurality of copies of the document set having selected features that are exceptions to ...


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Joseph L Filion, Thomas J Herceg, Gregory C Sosinski: Program ahead file transfer in a reproduction machine. Xerox Corporation, Ronald F Chapuran, January 14, 1992: US05081699 (11 worldwide citation)

A technique for pre-programming a reproduction machine at a console screen for a plurality of complex jobs by simulating a plurality of pre-programming slots in memory and machine features for each slot corresponding to required job runs and automatically storing the selected features in the pre-pro ...


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