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The Push-Scan feature gives you the convenience of scanning over a network to a computer, without the need to go between the computer and All-In-One when you want to scan multiple pages or documents. To use this feature, the Epson All-In-One and computer must be on the same network.
Before following these instructions, make sure you have installed the lastest version of Epson Event Manager for your product from the Epson website.
You can start scanning by selecting the below functions on the control panel. You can also assign a program to scanner function on the control panel. For help, see: Using the Scanner Event Buttons (Windows and Mac OS X)
Follow the instructions below to start a scan:
LCD displaying 'Scan to PC' menu item
You can continue to scan to the computer using the Scan mode and when you have finished your scans will be ready for you on the computer.
You can customise the Push-scan button feature to open a program in the Epson Event Manager to make scanning your projects even quicker. You can make specific scan settings such as the document type, original Size, Image Type, Resolution, Target Folder, File Format and other actions.
If you experience any problems using this feature, make sure that you can use EPSON Scan independent of any software.
The Network Scan Name is alphanumeric, so you must enter a name that contains both numbers and letters (the example below uses 'Epson123'). We recommend setting a unique, recognisable name on each computer that will use the All-In-One e.g. 'MaryPC1', 'Computer1', 'Computer2'. Click OK and close the Button Settings window.
If it is not displayed: The Windows taskbar has a setting that allows you to hide inactive icons to help keep the notification area uncluttered by hiding icons that you have not clicked recently.
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