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This article explains how to scan to your computer using EPSON Scan. It assumes that EPSON Scan is installed and the product is ready to use.
Troubleshooting information can be found in the following articles:
Start with the Epson product powered on and connected to the computer. Follow the instructions below:
Full Auto Mode is sufficient for most scanning jobs especially for a quick scan, however other modes are available that offer more options and user control over the settings and final scanned result.
The Home Mode or Professional Mode is recommended for scanning magazines, newspapers and, for scanners with a Transparency Unit (Film Adapter), for scanning film. These modes can also be used for photos and documents, where editing or more options are required. For products with an ADF, Epson Scan also offers the Office Mode.
If you receive an error message, we recommend that you search the Epson website for a solution.
If you leave 'Thumbnail' enabled, as in the example above, it will scan in the thumbnail preview mode where the document is automatically detected and cropped for you:
You can choose to save your scan as either a PDF, TIFF (.TIF), JPEG (.JPG), or PRINT Image Matching II JPEG file.
For Windows users, you can save as BITMAP (.BMP), and for Macintosh users, you can save as PICT (.PCT). You can also scan Multi-TIFF (.TIF) and multi-page PDF files in the Home and Professional modes.
The Home and Professional modes allow the user control over extra features such as cropping, reduce/enlarge, Color Restoration, Dust Removal etc. Adjusting these settings after the Preview allows you to view the changes in the Preview window before completing the final scan.
If you have previously unticked the Show this dialog box before next scan option in the File Save Settings screen, this menu will not appear when you click Scan. To open this menu click the folder icon next to the Scan button.
The Zoom function simply zooms into the selected area to allow more accurate cropping. You can navigate back to the Preview window by clicking the Preview tab at the top of the window.
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