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Image forming apparatus having sheet processor

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #6337970.

An image formation apparatus has a sheet processor in which the setting of punch action is permitted during a specified period of time, even after image formation is started when the setting of a punch action has been forgotten. When the start key of the image formation apparatus is operated for starting image formation in a situation in which a setting of an action for punching at least one hole in a sheet by a punch setting button is forgotten, an action setting by the punch setting button is permitted during a specified period of time taken after inputting of the start for image formation, so that sheet processing and image formation can be continued without pausing the apparatus.

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