The scanner goes through all the proper processes as if scanning into my computer, but right at the end of the process when the scan should appear instead on the screen a window pops up that says ' unable to resolve file alias' , and no scan appears. I've tried reloading the software but it makes no difference. Any ideas?
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The best way to scan images to save on yourcomputer is to use the scanner software on the computer. Not the scan functionon the scanner. You don't say what type of scanner software you have but usually scannersoftware works this way: 1) Place photo on scanner 2) Open scanner software 3) Using the software, Initiate scan 4) Name the Scanned item and save it to your desired location/folder Note: some applications will automatically save to --My Documents--My Pictures 5) Repeat process for each pic to be scanned
Also, if you are just scanning, it should not matter what the ink situation is.
after reading the manual, http://www.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/2400/ug_en.pdf, yes it is possible - not that it tells you how to do it though so read on. Until you become familiar with the process just use one sheet of paper at a time in the printer. As you know, in the scanner the top right of your document goes to the right hand front corner of the scan bed (the clear window), place the page on the scanner and scan. Pick up the printed sheet of paper and flip it so the left hand side edge is now in your right hand and the right hand edge is now in your left hand and you are now looking at the blank side of the paper. Insert the page back into the sheetfeeder. Flip the page to copy in the scanner so the rearmost edge of the paper is now to the front of the scan bed and the front edge of the paper is now towards the rear (you should now be looking at the page you scanned previously). Scan the page. you should have now scanned both sides of one sheet of paper to another sheet of paper. as your printer does not have a sheet feeder for the scanner you have to do the process manually. hope this helps.
My friend, you have the cart before the horse. Let me explain.
The technology used to scan is TWAIN which means Technology Without A Interesting Name.
If you want your scanner to print your document, first you have to scan it into your computer, using your TWAIN software. You will want to import the scan from the scanner as a word document not a picture (of words).
Following that process, you will have to load the new document into a word processor of some kind and send the document to the printer.
Most 'all in one' devices also copy. Why dont you copy the document instead of scan it? I dont know ... but this is the process.
Reminder, if you just scan the documednt, you may end up with a picture full of words that you will not be able to edit. You must import it as a document if you expect to edit.
Most word processing programs (microsoft office, open office, corel) have Import funtions. Have her open a word processing program and under "Insert" select "Picture". The next option should be from file or scan (twain). Select 'Scan". She may be directed to select the "Twain" device where she'll select her Epson All in One. Upon selecting her scanner, it should scan her document right into the word processing program. Have her save it as a picture or publish as a .pdf file. Once saved, she can email the file. Hope this helps you and your friend. Best of luck! Greg
Hello, you can a document using a scanner. 1. you have to find a SCANNER machine that is responsible in scanning the files you want to scan. 2. Then after you find a scanner, next thing to do is to place the document file in the scanner and make sure that your scanner is properly connected and turn on. 3. Click and run the software that is bundled with the scanner to scan the document and then you have to set the path where your scanned file is to be place. 4. Then after the scanning process finished then click the save button to save the scanned files.
close all the programs that are running and restart your computer. also turn off the scanner and disconnect it from the PC and power. plug it back after 5mins, reboot your computer, start the scanner program and reconnect the scanner. try to scan again. if it fails, disconnect the scanner and unistall the driver, there might be a conflict somewere. reboot your computer and reinstall the software then connect the scanner and try to scan again.
Read the Manual (comes with Tool). If you don't have the Tool download it from the Canon site. Go to the copier and press the System/Options button next to Copy/Mailbox/Fax. Press Online. Then try scanning. Go back to copier and press Offline so can photocopy again.
The best way to scan images to save on your computer is touse the scanner software on the computer. Not the scan function on the scanner. You don't say what type of scanner and software you have but usually scannersoftware works this way: 1) Place photo on scanner 2) Open scanner software 3) Using the software, Initiate scan 4) Name the Scanned item and save it to your desired location/folder Note: some applications will automatically save to --My Documents--My Pictures 5) Repeat process for each pic to be scanned.